Tag Archive | carlisle

Let Us Pray (for some nice light)

Just under a year ago I found a great little subject to photograph, Cumbrian village churches. I even wrote a blog page on it Little Churches. The effect was interesting for me. There will be no money in it, there will be a lot of hard work and research for it, there will be those […]

“We’ll Build A Wall & Get The British To Pay For It”

“We’ll Build A Wall & Get The British To Pay For It”

Not sure who I am trying to parody with the title but long before the Mexicans were being told that they had to build and pay for a wall to stop them getting into another country the Romans constructed a wall to stop the English and the Scots mixing. Way back in AD122 the Emperor Hadrian had […]

Plane Crazy

Plane Crazy

Its only a week since I headed off to Carlisle Airport to   photograph the aircraft on a sunny but cold evening trying out HDR photography. Well I must be Plane Crazy as I have decided to do the same thing again. I didn’t shoot all of the aircraft last time (and I have still […]

Little Things Please Little Minds

Little Things Please Little Minds

The sun has finally emerged in deepest darkest Cumbria. No, it actually has! Unfortunately the warmth is still a little way ahead so I still needed to don my coat today. But the excuse to go out and take a few photos was too much to miss. The question is what should I take photos […]

The Sun Has Got His Hat On

The Sun Has Got His Hat On

Spring is here again and so are the vibrant colours to see through the camera. I thought I’d take a trip into Carlisle and take a look. Having a wander round the magnificent castle was fun as it’s something I rarely do even though I see the place almost every day. A little wander back […]

Little Churches

Little Churches

It never ceases to amaze me as I travel around this little island they call Britain just how wonderfully diverse it really is. Geologically it’s one of the most varied pieces of land on the planet with many different types of rock formations formed over millions of years from volcanos, glaciers, sedentary processes and all […]