Three classic winter haiku set to snow-scenes on the Faluån, Dalarna

There's a zen to nature photography and haiku that I've wanted to work with for quite a while. So here's something from me which is rather new. Three snow scenes intended as small dialogues between classic winter haiku and my own photographs. The pictures were taken during last week's snowy weather and they are of... Continue Reading →

Riverscape Impressions, Live Composite Photography

Ever since I was a teenager I've admired the Impressionists and lately I've taken photographs of riverscapes that look very impressionistic. Here's an example. The rushes in the foreground are blurred in motion whilst the river, full of autumn leaves, flows smoothly around the curve behind. The sky overhead is reflected in it and the... Continue Reading →

The finale at UCI 2019: U23 hors d’oeuvres followed by the elite women and men

As we headed into the final weekend a single day of sunshine was sandwiched between two days of heavy rain. First came the rain and the men's U23 race. We headed out to Cattal and got some action (it was only a short walk from the railway station) before the cyclists reached Harrogate.  Then we headed... Continue Reading →

In the rain with the Juniors at the UCI Road World Championships 2019

It was wet at the World Championships, and sometimes very wet, pretty much what you would expect in late September. This caused some of the routes in the Yorkshire Dales to be adjusted and made the racing conditions much harder. We watched the juniors on the Harrogate circuit because all of the races ended there.... Continue Reading →

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