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

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 →

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 →

We all have a favourite.

Sometimes, when you have thousands of shots and look back at them, one always stands out. I suppose being emotionally attached to the situation and scene has something to do with it. Last year I spent time in Tolworth, London for a project and took a few shots of the embankment and Battersea with all... Continue Reading →

Street art and people, Krakow

We have come to the end of our city break in Krakow and had an incredible time. Seven days of eating, drinking and hiking the streets. Actually 56 miles of walking around. Thats rain, sun or blistered feet. Still after all that we have decided, we want to comeback for more. It's a beautiful place,... Continue Reading →

Street Photography in Krakow

So I've decided, I don't do holiday photography very well. It's not something I'm tuned in to. I've been driving my wife mad with shooting, editing and posting the street photography on Facebook. The Jewish quarter was incredible to see and the Oskar Schindler factory was a 40 minute hike from town. Amazing experience, one... Continue Reading →

Cityscapes London 2005

On the 6th of July 2005, I travelled down from Leeds with a group of colleagues from work. We had a fabulous day in the City of London. Always known as a photographer, I was carrying my Nikon F90. Yes, back in the day when Jessops and Boots did the developing and you paid extra... Continue Reading →

Halifax and the Piece Hall

I worked in Halifax for years when the Piece Hall was being refurbished. Over that time, I have seen the sun go down and rise with overnight shifts in IT, many times. The whole reason I ride a bike today is actually because of that commute. Today was a car journey over to see the... 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 →

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