Archive for 'Photographs' Category

Snowdon and the sun

By Anthony - Last updated: Monday, November 3, 2008

On Saturday I took the opportunity to nip up Snowdon with my friend Christopher, and got some great shots of the peak covered in snow. Unfortunately the summit was encased in a freezing cloud, but the view as we left down one of the southern ridges was staggeringly beautiful. The ridge was also much more […]

Oxford University Museum of Natural History

By Anthony - Last updated: Sunday, May 4, 2008

Today I visited the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, lots of nice things there. Like dinosaurs, Charles Darwin and Newton’s Apple. Rest of photographs here.

Cnicht – the Welsh Matterhorn

By Anthony - Last updated: Sunday, May 4, 2008

In February, a friend and I nipped up Cnicht in North Wales, also known as the Welsh Matterhorn. I’d never done it before, and we had picked a great day. It was lovely and warm, but the ground was hard frozen, thus allowing fast progress over normally boggy areas. We also walked up Moelwyn Mawr, […]

Blackpool Nights

By Anthony - Last updated: Saturday, November 3, 2007

I spent a recent weekend in Blackpool. It was my first visit in years. I can’t work out if it has changed or if I have. Blackpool Tower and the beach. The sea front could be spectacular, especially when rough. However, the tat has got worse over the years, even if the cafes remain reassuringly […]

Gone fishing

By Anthony - Last updated: Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Portugese men fishing on the banks of the Tagus River at Belem in Lisbon in August 2006. UPDATE: This blog is currently resting, but material I publish elsewhere (and occasional relapses) will appear immediately above this posting in the mean time. This post was originally posted on the 12th of February 2007, but the date […]

Roofs over Malcesine

By Anthony - Last updated: Saturday, May 12, 2007

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Old asylums

By Anthony - Last updated: Sunday, January 28, 2007

This creepy set of photographs of the crumbling Whittingham Hospital seems to be evidence of a sub-genre of photography. Simon Cornwell seems to have cornered the market though, with his visits to places like Cane Hill Asylum.

Season’s Greetings

By Anthony - Last updated: Monday, December 4, 2006

This site will not be updated until late January – apart from occasional professional publications. Great Hill, Lancashire. 1991.

Possibly the best bar in the world

By Anthony - Last updated: Sunday, November 19, 2006

Delirium Tremens Bar, Brussels.