1. a few random shots from earlier in the year taken with canons 40mm pancake

  2. Hathersage Moor, Peak District, UK

    First time I’ve seen the heather in bloom here, a spectacular see of magenta, smells quite good too, there is a small woodland of silver birches there too, will have to back for them when its not raining.

  3. A few snaps from the Eden Project in Cornwall.

  4. Newquay Harbour, UK

  5. Rainy beach

  6. Nottingham city centre, UK

  7. Nottingham city centre, UK

  8. Nottingham city centre, UK

  9. Ladybower Reservoir, Peak District, UK

  10. Nottingham University Jubilee Campus

  11. Got some nice pictures during a stroll tonight

  12. first try with lee big stopper, didn’t have my wellies on, so couldn’t get too close :-)

  13. Olympus Trip 35, My first roll of film

    Earlier this year my grandma passed away at the age of 93, as me and my sister were clearing out her house we came across a little Olympus trip 35, now i had previously bought one of these from a car boot sale, but could never get it to work, in fact i think i killed it by taking it apart…. whoops.

    I was pretty excited to find this little camera in working order, because i had wanted to try some film for quite a while, and of course my family have used it for years, so i bought some cheap Fujicolor C200 from my local tesco, and loaded it into the little trip, not expecting too much i just blasted through a roll to see if the camera was still exposing properly, the snaps above are the result.

    Now let me just say, even though i have an emotional attachment to this camera, it is a wonderful experience to shoot with, so simple, but so fun, hopefully i will get many more years use out of it.

  14. A few snaps of my daughters and their 2nd cousin (i think thats right lol) as bridesmaids for their aunties wedding back in April.

  15. I’ve been to this tree lots of times, and the scene always seems different, different weather, different light, different stages of the crop.

    I also like the fact that the tree sits at the top of a hill, giving a nice minimal feel against the sky, plus its really close to where i live so no trekking :-)