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Seafront photo-walk weather demands flexibility and a change in focus.

April 13, 2021 - A cold north-easterly is whipping off the sea. The chill wastes no time seeping into my bones. Hands numb, ears feeling...
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Daily local exercise walk. Bored now? Or finally discovering the beauty under our noses?

March 22, 2021 - It’s late morning. Just time today for a short lockdown 3 essential daily exercise walk. Turns out to be 5,548 steps, 3.
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2021. Time to get back out there. Will you be doing the same?

December 10, 2020 - There’s much talk of vaccines. Speculation that Covid-19 coronavirus will be defeated through mass vaccinations. Hope, e...
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Why curate a small landscape photo book about Kent, England?

November 13, 2020 - A friend put it to me this way: “You can’t compare Kent with the Lake District or Scottish Highlands you know!” He was q...
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Look closely, is this photograph Of something or About something? Why should you care?

August 18, 2020 - Before reading any further, please take a closer look at the attached photograph and consider what you’re viewing. “App...
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Hard Day's Photography Down by the Thames

July 20, 2020 - The Covid-19 ‘lockdown’ guidelines have been eased in the UK, though the majority of people remain wary. Genuine fear of...
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Can this photograph be both a landscape image and one showing a human story?

June 30, 2020 - When does a ‘landscape’ photograph suddenly become a kind of reportage image? By which I mean a documentary photograph t...
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Fun Photography Challenge For All - Just Walk 1,000 Steps

May 26, 2020 - Whatever camera you use and whatever type of photographs you normally take, I urge you to try this fun task. Maybe inclu...
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4 Actions Outdoor Lovers can take to share countryside images while Social-Distancing

April 15, 2020 - This time last year I visited King’s Wood, Challock, Kent, in my opinion Kent’s grandest woodland. It was Bluebell seaso...
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Great Photographic Venues - Why Go Back?

November 19, 2019 - To visit the enchanting, curious, lonely St Thomas à Becket Church in Fairfield, is to travel back many centuries and de...
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