Westminster

Seeing as a fiery ball in the sky had appeared again and I had time to pop out at lunchtime, I headed over to take a look at Westminster Abbey. Before getting there I came across a saxophonist in the subway and then headed over via Parliament Square. The Collegiate Church of St Peter at …

Chinatown

So, I did it again for the first time in 18 months. I facepalmed repeatedly once I realised what I had done, but there was little I could do about it. What had I done? The dread of any RAW photographer, I left the camera in jpeg only mode by mistake! I had been taking …

Birthrights Launch (and some thoughts on flash photography)

Birthrights Launch Last night was the official launch of Birthrights, a UK organisation devoted to protecting human rights in childbirth. Birthrights is dedicated to improving women’s experience of pregnancy and childbirth by promoting respect for human rights. Birthrights believe that all women are entitled to respectful maternity care that protects their fundamental rights to dignity, …

A walk past Rectory Farm

So this old, dead farm is coming very firmly back to life. To those who haven’t seen my other posts on this topic, there was a derelict farm not far from where I live in Enfield, North London, which has been planted up as an arable farm and “brought back to life”. Yesterday we went …