“Up, down, flying around, looping the loop and defying the ground” I can’t remember the first time I saw Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines, but whenever it was it left me with a lasting love of old aeroplanes. Yesterday Polly and I got to fly one, a 75 year old de Havilland Tiger Moth with … More Flying High in a Tiger Moth
When I see Emley Moor Mast, I know I’m nearly home. At 330 metres tall it’s taller than London’s Shard; sitting on top of the Moor it’s even higher. On a night like to tonight, much more spectacular. http://www.richardjwalls.com
Sheltering from the storm. Last Saturday’s Artsmix market in Leeds. Five minutes later the sun was shining as though it had never gone away. Only two prints water damaged, a lucky escape!
An open door on a dark night; a portal to a different world. I just loved the way the opened double doors of the villa framed elements of the room inside, creating a picture all of its own. Shooting Notes Top. Sigma DP1 Merrill for 8 seconds, ISO 100 at f11. Post processed in SPP and Lightroom. … More Open Door on a Dark Night
Last night Andalusia provided a spectacular send off to our week in the Sun, lighting up the vineyard and the distant mountains beyond. Shooting Notes I’ve not taken lighting strikes before and this seemed too good an opportunity to miss, so we stood out in the rain at 1am and continuously pressed the shutter hoping to … More Andalusian Light Show
The Puente Nuevo, Ronda. A classic scene, photographed countless time, but still the view that drew us to Andalusia and to Ronda itself this year. In the camera bag for the trip was a DP1 and DP3 Merrill, plus the Sony RX1. The DP1 Merrill has turned out to be the camera of choice. Its 28mm lens … More Puente Nuevo, Ronda – Sigma DP1 Merrill
Goat herds aren’t a natural sight where I live in Yorkshire. Here they abound. http://www.richardjwalls.com