Three spots for a great view of Prague

  The second floor of the Museum of Illusional Art will get you a fantastic view of the astronomical clock, coincide your visit with the chime on the hour to see the clock movements. You will also get a birds eye view of couples posing for their wedding photographs. Town hall tower observation floor for […]

Exeter Town Quay

Didn’t get much time in Exeter but I did have enough time to visit the Quay, grab lunch and a few photos…this is what I saw after eating tortilla chips and salsa and supping a Salcombe Gin at Mango’s cafe and bar  

Kew Gardens London- photoblog

Kew is on the south bank of the Thames and west of central London, definitely worth a visit if visiting the capital. Full price ticket of £16 could give you most of a day’s entertainment especially if the weather is good. Combine a visit with a Thames path walk and watch the cricket on the green whilst […]

That changing face of taking photos.

Pre digital photography the traveller had to wait until they had returned home or find a chemist to organise printing of photos. It was expensive and you had to be selective at just exactly you would take a photo of and hope that no one would walk across your landscape as you clicked the shutter. […]

Plastic packaging – notes from a traveller.

I can’t write anything new about the environmental impacts of plastic waste, it’s very much on the political agenda and the current news. Landscapes can become visually unappealing, marine life can be affected and locals have to live with it. Many are worried not least people who are living near these toxic waste areas. We […]

Lense Envy or Lense Frenzy?

One thing I have noticed since being the VPO (very proud owner) of a ‘proper’ camera is that us photographers can always be seen surreptitiously taking sideways glances at fellow photographers to see if their lens is bigger or wider or both. I’ve noticed sometimes that a slight nod might be directed my way suggesting […]