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 →

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 →

Out and About, Yorkshire

So having a full on Calendar for the last few months and our Poland trip not being close enough to manage. My wife and I booked a long weekend away at the stunning Coast of East Yorkshire. Street Photography or stunning landscapes, it has it all for me. Starting at Whitby, we travelled down to... Continue Reading →

Scarborough in the rain

I've always loved Scarborough, even out of season when the crowds have disappeared. Cold, wet and raining. The magic of being by the seaside takes me back. Here is a shot from a few years back. I remember walking along the front with everything locked up and shuttered. The streets were empty, but I didn't... 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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