Here are a couple of red arrows shots, taken last year but edited and posted here for the first time. What did these images teach me? The Royal Airforce Aerobatic Team, known as the Red Arrows, started demonstrating their formidable[…]
This is another one from the archives (as so many of my recent posts have been), a simple shot but one that pleases me. Has something of a “still life painting” feel to it. Hopefully. What did this image teach[…]
The collective term for a gathering of giraffes is a “tower”… and so I offer you a very small tower of giraffes (well, technically it’s several pictures of individual giraffes, but you get the idea…) what did these images teach[…]
This rather sharp looking cactus spike was about an inch long. What did this image teach me? I’m not saying how I know this, but these spiny needles are surprisingly sharp to touch.
102 years ago Cecil and Mary Chubb gave Stonehenge to the public (landing Cecil a title, First Baron of Stonehenge), and after some restoration in the late 1950s it stands today as one of the most famous world heritage sites[…]
Here’s a pigeon. He has a red eye. There’s not much more I can say about it, I suppose. What did this image teach me? Never trust a pigeon. Just look how shifty he is!
Cliff. Sorry. What did this image teach me? Puns are bad?
This is another archive shot, from a trip to Dubai many years ago. You can find this diver, and many of his brothers, as part of the “human waterfalls” in the Dubai Mall. What did this image teach me? The[…]
This teeny-tiny boot, sits upon a pin that holds the tiller in place on this particular canal boat. What did this image teach me? That someone out there makes customised brass canal tiller pins, and that now I know it’s[…]
I’m not sure yet if our scheduled canal trip will actually happen this year, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, but if it does then you can expect more images like this. If it doesn’t, then you can expect more images[…]