Author Archives: paul
Recently walked a large portion of St. Cuthbert’s Way in the Scottish Borders. Amazing lanscapes.
Visited Holland this Summer. Wonderful beaches in Zeeland, fantastic cycling and many interesting structures to be found on the beach.
From a recent cycling trip to Rothesay. A wistful gaze towards the shore. Some amazing buildings there too.
We move about in modern cities, thrown back in our seats by the G force of accelerating change. New buildings, new ideas, new possibilities. But around us also lie the neglected traces of previous eras, previous ways of … Continue reading
I love Paris – who doesn’t? Every visit offers up some new delight. During each of the last few trips I’m made there, I’ve made a point of visiting one of the city’s many and splendid cemeteries. Each of these … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to go on some interesting trips last year. One of these was to Mount Athos in Greece, a peninsula on which there are several dozen orthodox Greek Monasteries. You need a special permit to visit, access … Continue reading
This New Year found us in Berlin. Two images from the Holga.
Currently working on a series of photos about the people who guide us through bereavement.
A recent invitation from the Tramway to make some portraits of a group of up and coming writers gave us some nice photographs and also a fun afternoon watching the workshops they were attending (see below). The portrait above is … Continue reading