A portrait taken in The Ship Inn in Porthleven, Cornwall.
A portrait taken at Blists Hill Museum’s Victorian Town in Shropshire, England.
Paula Hawkins’ book, The Girl on the Train, is a best seller and I have my marker in place on page 112. This is my take on the book cover.
This illustration was prepared for a club competition based on a book, film, or song title that will be judged on 8th November by local portrait photographer Kim Ayres. Kim has developed a strong narrative theme in his portrait work which goes from strength to strength.
For me this is stepping out in a slightly different direction as I haven’t done too much in the way of graphic images and that’s despite running up some posters for different events.
Perhaps for tomorrow’s post I should put up some recent poster designs…..
This shot was taken in one of my favourite cities, that of Dublin, a truly cosmopolitan town that retains its narrow winding streets; has some ace galleries, and is home to one of my favourite beverages.
Cadgwith is an unspoiled and beautiful village full of thatched cottages on the coast in the county of Cornwall, England.
A group of beautiful horses seen in a field near North Mundham which is a village and civil parish in the Chichester district of West Sussex, England.