In The Gothic Gloom

Lockdown blues had got to me before. Late last summer, I was becoming a little bored of streetscapes and cityscapes and wanted to do something more interesting. Before the woodlands and the countryside’s came a trip one Saturday afternoon to Woodside Crematorium in Paisley to capture the atmosphere here… It was a trip partly inspiredContinue reading “In The Gothic Gloom”

Are You Ready For Your Close Up?

Something I’d like to do at some point is portrait work. Not done very much of this type of photography. So, if anyone fancies being a willing victim for me, give me a shout. In the meantime, here’s the closest I’ve got to portraiture with all of these pictures taken on the prime 50mm lensContinue reading “Are You Ready For Your Close Up?”

When I Tried To Go To Loch Humphry

Last summer i was moaning about being bored about taking pics of Paisley and city centre pics of Glasgow. One of my work colleagues had mentioned that they had gone on a walk to Loch Humphry (from Kilpatrick on the north bank of the Clyde, right next to the Erskine Bridge). With a week offContinue reading “When I Tried To Go To Loch Humphry”

The Lockdown 1… One Year On.

This week sees the first anniversary of the first occasion that the UK went into full lockdown to stop the spread of the SARS-COV-2 virus. That week was the first occasion where the streets were… well empty as an eerie silence descended. The Oncoming Nightmare; Dumbarton Road, Partick, 2 March 2020, F/18, 1/80s, ISO 400,Continue reading “The Lockdown 1… One Year On.”

On The Waterfront

With the current COVID lockdown continuing, I thought I’d share some pics from the last shoot I did from outside of Paisley. As it happens, that shoot took place at the start of last November when I ventured down to sunny Govan to take some shots of Pacific Quay. A location I hadn’t taken picturesContinue reading “On The Waterfront”

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