Monthly Archives: April 2013

Wind Eyes

Surely the window appeals to everyone who enjoys photographs? After all, it’s a frame that can present what’s in front as well as behind. The subject can change by the second and its lines and proportions inspire (or sadly depress).

Of course, looking in through a window raises ethical concerns; especially if we record (even publish) what we see. Is it an invasion of privacy?

Possibly. But not in a bad way.


The Underdog

We’d just left the England training camp during World Cup 2006 in Germany and were heading back through the Black Forest to the team hotel. Tom the kitman suggested stopping for a drink at this roadside cafe and it was here I met the perfect dog.

He was small, lean, handsome and desperate to be let loose on the monster across the car park.

Good job his owner held him back really.