Monthly Archives: August 2011

Counting grouse in the sun

Kenny spent the morning with us today, to help count our grouse. This is the third year we have covered the same area of ground to count numbers. Because it is only a sample, it doesn’t tell us the total … Continue reading

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Experiments with a Bronica, in colour

These are some more photographs, equally experimental, taken with Fuji Velvia 100ASA. There is none of the graininess associated with the previous much cheaper B&W film but there is a depth and richness to the colour palette which is quite … Continue reading

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Experiments with a Bronica

I purchased a second-hand Bronica camera a few months ago. It is medium format film camera with a good reputation for the quality of its’ pictures, but without the programmes and electronic support which we take for granted on DSLR … Continue reading

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Afghanistan – Tactics without Strategy, Ends without Means

I have become curiously obsessed with understanding the story of our intervention in Afghanistan. I have been reading more on the subject and also buying photographs by the outstanding photographer, Simon Norfolk. I find Afghanistan a much more interesting and … Continue reading

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