Life through the Lens (16 January 2022)

I’ve been sharing my own photos now for eighteen months so I thought the end of the year was a good time to call it a day.

If you wish, you can find the published photos by following the tag “LifeLens” on the main page of my site, or by hitting this link.

I thought I’d just round off the series by re-presenting a handful of my favourites.

image showing a silhouette of a camera

This peaceful, pastoral scene, taken at the end of August up in Norfolk, is one of my published photos. I permitted the UK’s National Farmers’ Union to use it in one of their publications.

I can still se that telegraph pole; it annoys me now. I should have airbrushed it out.


  1. Lovely, and good use of cylindrical shapes. Interesting how windmills differ from one county to the next. Our Jack and Jill mills are wooden and manoeuvrable at the base. A bit like the French ones, actually.

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  2. The telephone pole is that small imperfection that says – real life – not fiction. I think you were wise to leave it in. It’s only the slightest bit intrusive when you study the photo more deeply than a casual glance, and then it adds just a bit of the jarring present. So I think it adds dimension to the composition.

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