Saturday mornings & street photos

Every now and then, I venture into the city centre on a Saturday out of necessity. It gets a little mad in Leeds with the drug addicts walking around like zombies on spice and the homeless in the doorways trying to survive. You could get stopped by anyone touting some doctrine or other too. It... Continue Reading →

Not just a style, but a craft.

As you may know, I've been taking photos for 35 years. Yet when I look back over the shots I've taken over the  years they seem to jump in and out of styles and mediums constantly.  I normally use a Nikon 3500 now, but more often than not a mobile phone. I also work in... Continue Reading →

Random shots from the streets

Being a Friday and the week has been a little more than busy. I pulled a wild card and asked to leave early from work. So the plan was to pick up the wife, drive into town and wonder around until her dentist appointment was over. Needless to say, I took some street photography to... Continue Reading →

Scarborough back streets

Sometimes the most obvious photograph comes from the very place that is often overlooked. I love the colours and brickwork. The old doors and windows with their old coloured paint make it look really dated. The east coast of Yorkshire. © Lucas Thompson-Murphy

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