I havenít done much blogging lately, but in true photographic spirit Iíve been out-and-about-ing. Earlier in the month, I spent a couple of days with my sister, who lives in Sussex. We spent a day darting from cover to cover in a very wet Brighton, followed by a more leisurely day at Wakehurst Place, and a cup of tea in Lewes. I didnít take many photos Ė photography and chatting donít mix too well Ė but on the way home I stopped off in London and took a few pictures, one of which I quite like (see below). My main purpose for stopping off was to see the exhibition at the Royal Academy, on Hungarian Photography in the 20th century. Much has been written on this in various reviews, so I wonít comment except to say that it was definitely a must-see and Iím so glad I didnít miss it.
Since then, back in Norfolk, Iíve been to Great Yarmouth, taking photos of the old theatre and circus building, among other things, and to Happisburgh Ė a village on the North Norfolk Coast Ė where a row of houses in Beach Road are awaiting demolition. Some of these will be added to my ongoing ĎTransience and Timeí project.
Below, one of the London pictures:If anyone would like to respond in any way please feel free to send me an email via the contact box on my website. To get to my website from the blog, click on ĎNews, Views and Stuffí at the top of this page.