Monthly Archives: February 2017

Interprint 2017 25-2-17

It’s that time of year, the last Saturday in February,  where 29 photographic society’s /clubs around the region  get together  and compete in a print competition called Interprint, hosted by St Ives photographic Club. This year marks it’s 35th running of the event, which was held at the Free church St Ives, Cambs. This competition… Read More »

Kings Lynn 18-2-17

Another grey day trip to Norfolk this weekend, this time the destination was Kings Lynn. Kings Lynn, known until 1537  as Bishop’s Lynn, is a seaport and market town 44 miles west of Norwich. Brim full of history and with a vibrant town centre, Kings Lynn is the ideal destination to go along and take a few images. With… Read More »

Valentine.

Each year on February the 14th, many people exchange cards, candy, gifts of flowers with their special message of romance, all in the name of St. Valentine. Who is St Valentine? He was a widely recognized third-century Roman saint commemorated on February 14th, and since the high middle ages is associated with a tradition of… Read More »

E-luminate.

A trip to Cambridge on a cold Friday evening with my Friend Brian for the start of E-Luminate festival which runs to Wednesday 15th February. Now in its fifth year, the historic city of Cambridge with it’s stunning  architectural provides the perfect backdrop to this festival of light. The five day event began at 1800 hrs.’, with a switch-on in… Read More »

Monochromatic Norwich.

Norwich is a city on the River Wensum in East Anglia. It is the regional administrative centre for East Anglia and the county town of Norfolk. So whilst I was in the region, I decided to pay a visit to the City. Norwich has a wonderful fusion of the modern and historic, one complementing the other,… Read More »

Britannia Pier.

Whilst been based at Great Yarmouth for the weekend it gave me the opportunity to take some winter images of this most popular  Norfolk seaside town. I decided in the late afternoon to take a short stroll to the Britannia Pier and concentrate solely to capture the lovely warm lighting that happened to be on… Read More »

Grey Day At Potter

I was out on my travels during the weekend to Norfolk for the first time this year.  I made a detour to  Potter Heigham which is a village and civil parish on the River Thurne, by the side of the A149. Potter Heigham is one of the major boating centre’s on the Norfolk Broads, with many… Read More »