Category Archives: personal

Photographs from the Siege of Arundel Castle 2015 I’ve always loved history, and being able to combine that with some photography is a lot of fun. Historical re-enactments offer terrific opportunities to learn more about our past whilst providing entertainment as well. I try to make sure that I get a day off at some […]

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Relaxed Portraits at Amberley Heritage Museum Home Guard There are quite a few photographs here in the Personal section of my Blog which have been taken at the Amberley Heritage Museum in West Sussex. This is a place dear to my heart for a number of reasons. For a start, it provides a fascinating journey […]

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Vintage Car Show at Amberley Heritage Museum, GM1 If you’ve seen some of my previous blog posts then you may have noticed that this place is a personal favourite of mine. No matter how many times I visit, I never fail to find Amberley Heritage Museum both fascinating and relaxing. It’s always such a pleasure […]

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Olympus 60mm Macro for Travel Photography You may be wondering what possessed me to consider an Olympus 60mm Macro for travel photography (a broad description for anything touristy). After all, general street or walkabout photography is normally conducted with a wide to tele zoom or a prime lens giving us something like a 35mm equivalent […]

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The weather was absolutely gorgeous yesterday, and in keeping with my newly enforced policy of taking a few hours away from my desk each week I headed up the road just north of Chichester in West Sussex. Firmly in tourist mode, I was visiting a very special and unique place – the Weald and Downland […]

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We don’t seem to get much winter sun here in England these days, but Sunday was an exception. Having spotted the weather forecast I wasn’t about miss the chance to get out and feel the sunshine on my back, so I headed off to Worthing in West Sussex to do some shopping and enjoy a […]

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Some people dread their birthdays as they get older, and I think I’m one of them. I can remember the last 20 years clearly and they seem to have passed in the blink of an eye. It seemed there was all the time in the world to do the things I wanted to do in […]

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