Monthly Archives: December 2011


This image was taken during a family walk along the beach at Budleigh Salterton, Devon.  The smooth pebbles have been washed by the sea, and smaller ones carried eastwards by longshore drift along the coast. There are a great deal … Continue reading

Posted in Landscape | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Icy Twig

It was a frosty morning at Winkworth Arboretum when I spotted this twig.  I liked the way in which the ice hung along the spider’s web. The background was sufficiently far behind the subject to be thrown completely out of … Continue reading

Posted in Garden | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

London Eye – Take Two Capsules at Evening

The London Eye, on the south bank of the river Thames, is a prominent landmark easily accessible from Waterloo station.  Over Westminster bridge are the Houses of Parliament.  This image shows two capsules nearing the top of the wheel. Once … Continue reading

Posted in Building | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

London Eye – the Hub

This is an image that has been rendered more interesting by being different to the normal view of the London Eye.  This is something I try to do when taking images of well known views or objects. The hub of … Continue reading

Posted in Building | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Aircraft Wheel

‘Chocks away’.  An aircraft wheel that’s really not going anywhere.  One attractive feature is the way the rivets and holes are positioned on the wheel, making a decorative pattern for a functional piece of equipment.  Another is the way the … Continue reading

Posted in Aircraft | Tagged , , | Leave a comment