Saturday June 23, 2012. The Olympic Torch Relay came to the outskirts of Blackburn at 9.12am. There were hundreds of people waiting for its arrival. NOTE: The torch actually came … Continue reading
The Picture Post was a British photojournalism magazine in circulation between 1938 and 1957. Since the Picture Post’s demise, documentary photography has suffered a long and slow death in this … Continue reading
Contrary to popular belief, these people are more Westernised than you would think. These images include the Bedoouin town of Wadi Rum.
Wadi Rum, 30 miles from Aqaba in southern Jordan, is a beautiful valley or red sand and mountains. These images are from my recent assignment in this amazing desert country.
*By the way, one of the boys won the porcelain doll in the Guess the Name competition. She’s called Carrie. The other one of the boys was winning the bowling … Continue reading
After seeing some decent results from other users, I’ve downloaded some 36–degree apps for my Android phone. Over the next week or so I will test them and report my … Continue reading
The Digital Public Space is the fairly simplistic term given to the part of the online world where we can all be produce work and be creative. If anyone has … Continue reading