Monthly Archives: March 2013

Vintage Camera | Agfa Isolette I

I’ve always liked old cameras, but I only recently started to collect them. Actually, the first SLR camera that I owned and used to teach myself photography with back in the 1980s is pretty vintage these days, but this one is even older than that. This is an Agfa Isolette I folding camera, which was […]

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Mexican Embassy | Berlin

This is the Mexican Embassy in Berlin and a shot that I took on the Google+ European Photo Walk in May last year. I like dark, moody architectural images and this building seemed perfect for that treatment to me. This was an exposure of two minutes with a 10 stop neutral density filter. Prints available here.

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Sunset from Pont de L’Alma | Paris

Paris is known to many as the city of love and I fell in love with it on my first visit. This view of the Seine and the Eiffel Tower at sunset was taken from the Pont de L’Alma as we were walking to dinner one evening. Paris is certainly high on my list of […]

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Cloisters | Lacock Abbey

These are the cloisters at Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire. If this reminds you of a scene from Harry Potter, that is because this was used as a location for a couple of the films. Lacock Abbey was built in 1232 and became a private residence after the dissolution of the monasteries, during the reign of […]

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Coffee Land

Seattle is often associated with coffee as it is home to the first Starbucks store, just around the corner from here. This neon coffee cup sign, which is outside a different cafe, has become quite an iconic symbol of Seattle and most visitors take some sort of photo of it. We spent four days in […]

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