I’ve posted before about the great British seaside (and I’m sure I’ll do so again). Continue reading “Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside”
I’m in Spain on a short holiday, and it’s very hot – in fact, it’s officially drought conditions here. It’s the sort of conditions where you’re very reluctant (even as a card-carrying Englishman) to go out in the midday sun.
…and other old puns.
I know, I’m supposed to be a real photographer: I studied Contemporary Photography – I’m supposed to look for edgy subjects, treated in a modern style.
But there’s something about a sunset. It seems to drill deep into our primitive aesthetic senses and command our attention. Sometimes, the search for new things to photograph, and for new ways to photograph them, has to take a back seat to the urge to record one of nature’s most flamboyant (earth-bound) displays. Continue reading “The allure of sunsets”