If you’re in London either of the next 2 weekends you can come see some of my new works as part of Sydenham Arts’ Artists Trail 2023. Here’s a link to their artists page (I appear in alphabetical order by my first name with full details of times and venue) and the event main page. Below are images from the series that will be presented at the show. (Unfortunately, I’ll be in the US over both weekends so I won’t be there myself.) Click on any of the pictures below to see them full-screen (you may need to click through via the post-title, above, if you’re reading this in an email or on social media).
Our first full day we walked through the Tuileries Garden and over the Seine to the Musée d’Orsay which I had purchased timed tickets for a month in advance. Click any of the pictures below to see them all larger.
The Leith Water Walkway eventually led us to the historic Dean Village. I managed a couple of tourist-free shots but then gave in… Click any of the images below to see them larger (if you’re seeing in email or social media you may need to click into the post or post-title first).
A few street shots around Antwerp. Click on the pictures to see them larger.
Bruges is famous, of course, for its canals, laden with sightseeing boats.
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After the photographer’s studio, I went to meet a colleague of mine from work at a pub in the City. I arrived early for that too and wandered the Square Mile briefly.
Grabbed this shot without nailing focus. He looks a tad unsure and she looks rather stern.
Couple’s cup a’