A few shots from the Small Town Inertia private view in Norwich last Sunday. Jim’s work is incredible, and obviously the shots in the show are his copyright (yada yada yada). Jim’s less keen to have his photo taken but can be persuaded, and it was great to meet Laura for the first time. If you don’t know Jim’s work then stop looking at this and head over to http://smalltowninertia.co.uk
I ran to capture this shot…and with a dodgy knee over rough ground it was no mean feat. If I’d had the time I would have made more of this but the rainbow was so fleeting. I’m still amazed that there were standing stones in Bornholm, we clearly share a megalithic past with the island, which is massively cool.
So my Irish friends are staying in the Artto Hotel in Glasgow. I walk them round, thinking I’ll get a taxi at Central Station, but before we say goodbye a final drink is suggested. Just come in for a quick one, they say. Aye, why not. We walk in and I’m immediately questioned by the…
On a boat tour in Copenhagen, it is vital to get the best vantage point to GET THAT SHOT! I lost count of the number of times this guy nearly got knocked out my a bridge…never happened though (although I was ready at each and every bridge). Oh…and check those shades!
A wonderful wooden statue of a Polar Bear in Copenhagen Zoo. I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with Zoos…I can really appreciate the conservation work they do but sometime the animals seem so sad, and polar bears always look like that. I guess it bothers me that I’d rather take a photograph of this statue than the real thing in the zoo.