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Rousillon the colour of orcre.

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You cannot escape this view when you enter the village of Rousillon France. It is far more stunning than any camera can capture. The colour of the earth if you are lucky enough to paint, can be found in little … Continue reading

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Rousillon, France 

‘ When you arrive in Provence, you expect sunshine, good food, but one unexpected delight is the gift of colour, it is as if a box of artist’s paints fell from the sky and dusted this little village with colour. … Continue reading

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Gordes, France

A door high on the foothills of the Monts of Vaucluse, in the hilltop village of Gordes, France. History whispers from the stones. 

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Tales From the City- Chatsworth Street Market London Town

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I was on a photography meet up that was held in a local London market. The Chatsworth Street Market has been around since yonks. It’s a local London Market where you can find baked bread, cheese, fish, fruit and veg, … Continue reading

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Black and White # 25 The Black Rose

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  I was wondering if an orange rose could look stunning in black and white. I was quite surprised when my beautiful rose went all moody and romantic in black and white.  This one looks as if it has a … Continue reading

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Black and White #12 – Cameras for Sale

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The range of  old camera’s on offer at the Spitalfield’s Market, just begged to be shot in black and white. I remember my father using his Rolleiflex and his Minolta single lens. I always preferred the Minolta as when the twin … Continue reading

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Doors-Broken Glass

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I was exploring the back streets of Whitstable Kent and came across these two bold doors. They’re painted in such garish colours almost as if to say- don’t notice the weeds in the garden, or on the one door- the … Continue reading

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Doors- Istanbul

Here’s a guest door that I played around with. A door in Istanbul  Turkey, taken by my cousin on her recents travels, when she thought of me and my doors!  I love the cool marble that sets off the warmth … Continue reading

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Doors- Rochester Kent

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Rochester has some amazing doors, and funny enough, loads of very crooked doors. This door once led to an amazing Sunday Roast, with potatoes crisped to perfection in goose fat, and rare roast beef on offer. If one could manage … Continue reading

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Doors- A bendy Door

This door in the alley that leads up to the Cathedral in Rochester Kent is really curved with time. I would dread trying to draft proof it, or replace it with a modern door. Above it, the door frame bears … Continue reading

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