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Serpentine Pavillion
04th July 2011 - 0 comments
Off today for my annual photography visit to this year's Serpentine Pavillion. The results will be posted later!
10th June 2011 - 0 comments
The Serpentine Pavillions Portfolio has been split up into groups of years.
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Some equipment changes
09th June 2011 - 0 comments
Equipment changes. I've sold on a lens and bought a different one. I'm considering another.
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First book now available
17th March 2011 - 0 comments
My first book - "Gods, Demons, Kings & People" is now available on Blurb - see the link on the Book Sales page.
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Large format book sample
01st March 2011 - 0 comments
Book sample back - looking good - publication nearer.
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First book imminent
22nd February 2011 - 0 comments
First book should be released next week.
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A "new" arrival
18th February 2011 - 0 comments
Addition to the collection.
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Short delay in items for sale
16th February 2011 - 0 comments
A short delay - book needs revision before opening up for sale.
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Items for sale
02nd February 2011 - 0 comments
"Items for sale" section imminent. Watch this space.
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Some X-1 shots added
21st January 2011 - 0 comments
I've now added some of the first results using my new Leica X-1 camera
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Alas, holiday over - for now!
10th January 2011 - 0 comments
Back from Thailand, now trying to catch up photographically.
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Equipment changes
09th December 2010 - 0 comments
Recently I have changed and added to my equipment - se the full story for details
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We're in!
23rd October 2010 - 0 comments
At last!
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21st October 2010 - 0 comments
Moving in day is here!
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Getting there!
06th October 2010 - 0 comments
Progress at last! We are only about 2 weeks away from a move in!. Main contractor is finished and just has snagging to do; flooring and carpets are in; decorator is finished except for a small amount of wallpapering.
Basic parts of the Vitsoe shelving arrive today and will be fixed to the study wall to await the rest tomorrow; tomorrow all our possessions arrive from 8 months in storage.
Now we have the unenviable task of sorting things out!
It's all coming together
01st October 2010 - 0 comments
Nearly there - the big move starts!
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Leica Camera Blog
12th September 2010 - 0 comments
I am on there! After the Leica Use Forum Book was published, I was asked if I would like to be interviewed for the Leica Blog. I said yes.
So there I now am on the Leica blog!
There are links to it on this site on both the Home and the About pages
Where does all the time go?
12th September 2010 - 0 comments
This year is proving something of a disaster for photography. The last six months have been more or less taken up with planning, specifying with the invaluable help of an Interior Designer, tendering and now supervising the fitting out of our flat in the Barbican. Add to this the travel time from/to the temporary flat in Docklands, and working at Red Dot two days per week, plus social life, theatre etc. and there hasn't been much time left for taking, far less processing and publishing photos!
Roll on November when we will be in the Barbican and life can return to its more usual pace and programme and I can catch up.
No time!
13th August 2010 - 0 comments
As I said on my Blog there is little time for photography or working on this website right now.
Also the working conditions in our temporary accomodation, comfortable though it is, are not ideal for serious photographic computer work. Hence the extended delay..
Fit-out proceeds apace.
13th August 2010 - 0 comments
Considerable progress in only just over 2 weeks work. All the stripping out of the old kitchen and bathroom etc., the building of new walls, the first fix of wiring, most of the the plumbing, about 2/3 of the bathroom work and in the last day or so the start of installing the kitchen cabinets. Remarkable!
I reckon that substantial completion could well be about on time (or should I not say that?) at the first week of September.
But you would not believe the number of points of detail that arise nearly every day!
All this means of course that there is little time for photography!