Sorry that I haven’t posted for the last couple of days – been very busy! I went down to London on the overnight bus to photograph Margaret Thatcher’s funeral procession. I arrived in London at 6:50 am and caught the bus back that night at 11:00 pm. I arrived home at around 7:00 am the next morning and I was shattered! Then on Friday I had to do the food shopping and in the evening I was working on my pigeon project. This morning I drove to Appleby to photograph the liberation of 1772 pigeons and then called in at Carlisle on the way home to do a bit of street photography.
Three years ago today our wee cat Willow died. She was a great cat – full of life and personality – and we still miss her.
This photo was taken several years ago at Victoria Baths in Manchester. I went there with a group of large format photographers one Saturday with the express purpose of making photographs. The photo was made using an Ebony 45S and (if memory serves me correctly) a 90mm Rodenstock lens.
This was taken in The 13th Note – a vegetarian pub on the corner of Osbourne and King Street in Glasgow. Jenny and I popped in there a week ago for our dinner before the opening night of our exhibition.