On Guard - Leica Standard/ Voightlander Color Skopar 21mm

Skating, horses, trash and chains

Been crazy busy lately so have not had time for much photography let alone the developing and scanning. But as I always carry a camera I am always ready should an opportunity arise  - and here are a few of those opportunities that I have been particularly pleased with lately:

The GildWitt

The GildWitt

A GildWitt isn’t a rare breed of pedigree dog, its the result of going out Street shooting while being under the influence of too many different styles. The 21mm is great for ‘in yer face’ style of Bruce Gilden (although I wouldn’t flash my subjects – that’s far too obtrusive …


Borough Market delights

I was wandering around yesterday lunchtime, practicing street photography with my new Leica Standard / Voightlander Colour Skopar set up when I came across two wonderful ladies offering out apples at the entrance of Borough Market. My first instinct was to take a quick ‘street style’ snap and move on. …

Queuing for the castle

Wet weekend in Windsor.

On Monday the girlfriend and I decided to venture to Windsor for a little mosey.  Typically, for a Bank Holiday the two constants were pouring rain and a flood of tourists. We never visited the castle as the queue of soaking wet visitors cowering under a sea of brollies really …

I know, I really should have ask him why

A day in the life of Cloudy Images

(update 08/04/15) Since this post was written Adam has accused me of racism as I asked him to chill out. Adam made up some hypothetical scenario to explain racism and was getting himself wound up arguing with himself. As pathetic as the situation seems, it really upset me – we …

Act of kindness, or trying to impress the girlfriend ? - Leica M3

Southwark Spikes, London Traffic, MOD and Balloons

Its been a while since I’ve uploaded to my blog, so here’s a mixed bag of three themes: Firstly a few taken with the Leica Standard on my regular trips around the streets of Central London These little aggressive looking spikes that were permanently sank into the ground caused a …

The battered weather torn skeleton of once a mighty powerhouse of industry

Birmingham – ‘My kinda town’

If Birmingham is good enough for the lolly licking Telly, then its good enough for me. Telly Savalas Looks At Birmingham  - BBC 1981 http://youtu.be/GxZ1xn2ml10   For ages I’ve been having the urge to photograph a different town. London is fine, it’s alive, constantly changing – evolving into a different guise …