The cat of the house

We've had our at about 15 years and she has been a pleasure and a pain. Just like any child would be. I remember picking her up from a rescue centre all those years ago. Love her to bits though. ©Lucas Thompson-Murphy

A long weekend

Having a bank holiday weekend means an extra day to do nothing. Monday is a free day. After four hours sleep I have managed to edit some photos from last night. To be honest I was trying to get a good shot of the Milky way but couldn't get one so ventured out to the... Continue Reading →

St Mary’s Church, Whitkirk

I take a lot of photos of graveyards and places of worship. Sometimes I may even seem a little irreverent to it, but it's really not so. I've seen many and read all the gravestone inscriptions and walk carefully with respect for the place I enter. Having said that, I have no time for doctrine... Continue Reading →

Taxidermy in Scarborough

Not sure how I feel about this. I suppose if it happens all post mortem and you had a cat you loved it would still be strange. But I'm not sure it's for me. The oddest shop in Scarborough, Yorkshire. ©Lucas Thompson-Murphy

Out and about in Leeds

I must have spent over 40 years walking around Temple Newsham in Leeds. One of my earliest memories is walking there in a summer when I was really young. It's a beautiful place and always busy with dog walkers, runners and families of all ages spending time out and enjoying the space. Hope you like... Continue Reading →

Street Art in Barcelona

Street art and Europe go hand in hand. Whether it's a tagging or full pieces, I have a habit of seeing something most would walk past without further thought. Last night I was looking through the archives for inspiration and ended up finding some shots from Barcelona. A beautiful place we visited years back and... Continue Reading →

Scarborough from the castle

Looking out from Scarborough castle down the South bay has the be the best view. I remember walking up to the walls nearly 30 years ago and taking a similar shot on a 35mm Nikon. The sea fret rolled in and set the scene perfectly. A few years later I revisited and took the same... Continue Reading →

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