This is a shot from the archives, of a statue I found near Westminster, London. I believe she represents either faith or justice. What did this image teach me? Well, I don’t know if I’ve really learned this lesson yet[…]
I found this ancient stone face in a museum on Cyprus. It was a small place, full of old stone objects. What did this image teach me? That even an old, cracked, crusty face is worth a photograph.
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 stone visage looks over the scenery at Anacapri, Italy… What did this image teach me? To find interesting photography subjects no matter where you are, or what you see.
I liked the play of light and shadow in this shot, and the lines and shapes. What did this image teach me? To appreciate light and lines as much as subject and composition.
This tiny statue resides at the top of a set of stairs, carrying his scythe. He’s about three inches tall. What did this image teach me? A lesson that I seem to constantly need remind about – never stop looking.[…]
One of the joys of taking a camera with you almost everywhere is that you sometimes get to capture something rather unusual, such as this deep-sea diver mannequin. What did this image teach me? Never put the camera down, not[…]
This is one of the famous statues of Sir Winston Churchill, forever looking across at Big Ben (well, the Elizabeth Tower which houses the Big Ben bell). What did this image teach me? Winston Churchill has had such an impact[…]
You can find both of these statues in the Natural History Museum, London. One is immediately obvious when you walk in (Darwin looks down on you from the top of the stairs), the other is less obvious. You’ll need to[…]