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1950’s style portrait

In the 1950’s, because of technical issues with regards to accurate colour rendition in printing, portrait images were often printed using a sepia tone effect, or they were printed in duotone – in two colours such as sepia and another, … Continue reading

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Legs and mouse

A 35mm photo of mine from back in the 1980’s!

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The Train

OK. The thing is I go through different phases of activity. Through the winter I tend to end up studying and writing, so photographic activity goes through the window a little bit. Then, after a period of sometimes-intense study, its … Continue reading

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Stepping Stones, Dovedale

Dovedale is a valley in the Peak District of England. The land is owned by the National Trust, and annually it attracts a million visitors. The valley was cut by the River Dove and runs for just over 3 miles … Continue reading

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Peaceful solitude

Fishing on a spring day on the Wedgwood Estate at Barlaston, Staffordshire.

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Stone Bridge at Gradbach

Bridge over the River Dane at Gradbach in the Peak District National Park.

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Canal wharf and barge

At fairly regular intervals along England’s inland waterways or canals, maintenance wharfs can be found where narrowboats (or barges) can be moored, fuel can be topped up and barges repaired. Often, there is also a shop nearby to top up … Continue reading

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