Street photography and Sean

Street photography is really about stepping outside of the comfort zone and greeting people in an open way. I was walking with my wife and caught the perfect shot, one weekend in Bridlington. To be honest, she gets a little embarrassed that I would walk up to a stranger and ask to take their portrait.... Continue Reading →

The story so far

Since I haven't uploaded many shots I the last few months. I'm building up a bit of a back catalogue. Work commitments, travel and spending far too much time on Facebook and Twitter 🙄 It's easy to lose track and motivation for doing a blog and so I thought I'd post a few. Placing my... Continue Reading →

Busking and street artist.

So in the middle of this year I travelled with my wife over to Halifax, to the see the Piece Hall after major renovation work had been completed. The highlight of the day was capturing this shot of a very talented busker. Today, I was doing the chores and sending stuff back to Amazon when... Continue Reading →

Gdansk and us….

Spending time in Gdansk over the next week. Sopot and Stuttof are the main attraction. Honestly,I have never seen a more beautiful place. Here it is for now. Sopot pierThe PadlocksGdank Glowny ©Lucas Thompson-Murphy

The Perfect Focus

Not too often, but sometimes you really get it right with a shot. Everything seems to click into place, the the universe aligns. I can no longer claim beginners luck or even high end equipment. Perhaps an accidental perfection. This shot was taken with an old Nikon D3100 with a kit lens. Hand held, well... Continue Reading →

Pigeon Pete in Bridlington

Every now and then I capture a special moment in time that I believe 'they' say is a keeper.  I took this shot a while back. Some time in 2019, but I can't remember when or what date. I suppose I could look up the file and tell you what iso and all that, but it's... Continue Reading →

Star gazing in North Yorkshire.

I've always had a fascination for stars and love the thought of life out there in some form.  This show was taken on the Nikon with an affordable Yongnuo 50mm lens.  To be honest I did try with the stock lens and failed miserably. It pants at night photography.I keep on going back and looking... Continue Reading →

The great North Yorkshire Moors

As I am writing this, I'm laid in a tent relaxing after a six o'clock start up Pen Y Ghent. I've actually just woke up from a nice sleep and to be honest, I really needed it too. Last night was a late one, star gazing and photography.Coming over and back down the mountain as... Continue Reading →

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