Domestic animals are something I don’t usually photograph. Nothing against them, it’s just that these are the type of photographs I’m simply not interested in doing. I first went to work in London a number of decades ago when I was barely out of... Read More | Share it now!
I have two left feet but wherever I go in the world on assignment people ask me to dance. I arrive in a village and the townsfolk provide a meal and entertainment for the foreign guest. It is considered polite to reciprocate and I can, on occasion, be... Read More | Share it now!
The golden light was stunning and it covered the wheat field like a wizard’s cloak. I pulled to the side of the road and grabbed my camera from the front seat of the car. As I stood at the edge of the field a slight breeze caused the wheat stalks to... Read More | Share it now!
The dust rose, swirled around us and then came to rest. It was on my clothes, cameras, hair, in my nostrils and my eyes, tinging everything it alighted upon with a rusty red hue. “Oh no!” I groaned, alarmed at the prospect of dust on my sensors,... Read More | Share it now!
As a young man I once had the opportunity to assist a National Geographic photographer. He travelled with cases and cases of photographic gear; whatever the photograph that presented itself, be it a moonscape or an ant’s head, he was ready!... Read More | Share it now!