A fisheye lens

Haven't posted for a couple of weeks, but that's going to change over the next few weeks as I schedule some posts from Cornwall and other photoshoots I've done recently.…

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It’s nature

A couple of images which have a natural world flavour. The toad was just one of many thousands who were crawling across a path in Hundred Acre Wood in Leeds,…

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Umbrian miscellany

A selection of images, ranging from building work in process in Trevi - with the disregarded poster, ardent tourists looking at Roman inscriptions in Spoleto, a hat shop and flowers…

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Historic Umbria

It goes with saying that this area of Italy is rich in history from the Romans to the Etruscans, and more. I'm no expert! Here are just a few images…

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Umbrian passageways

Almost as striking as the doors are the passageways and narrow streets which characterise much of this central part of Italy. The pictures are taken in Trevi, Assisi and Spelo…

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Umbrian doors

The second post in the series focusses on doors. Italian doors are quite often simply magnificent and here are a selection of them taken in Trevi, Assisi, Bevagna, Montefalco and…

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