Photography Blog

Living History day at The Three Conies Thorpe Mandeville with the Sealed Knot

Featuring Colonel Hammond’s Regiment of Foote and located across the road from the Three Conies, this was a fab day for families and those interested in Civil War history. On arrival, we were greeted by our genial host, Richard – … Continue reading

Chinese New Year in Northampton

Chinese New Year Celebrations in the Market Square, Northampton Continue reading

A rural village fete

Eydon’s summer fete   Our fete this year was opened by local celebrity, Lilah Parsons, the model and MTV presenter.   We couldn’t have had a better late summer day: the sun shone (most of the time). As I arrived, the … Continue reading

Woodford Halse Summer Regatta

I think everyone was worried whether the weather was going to win today after a day of sunshine, dark clouds and heavy showers but after the last storm at 5pm the skies cleared once again in time for the annual … Continue reading

Towcester Food Festival – June 2014

Sunshine, Sausages, Cake and Cider (amongst other things!) Today we went to the first Towcester Food Festival, which was held at the Racecourse. I’d heard that quite a few of my Twitter friends were going to be attending so thought that … Continue reading

Snowdrop Sunday

Sunday 16th February was Snowdrop Sunday in the village: most gardens have snowdrops somewhere at this time of year, but the massed snowdrops in the churchyard of St Nicholas were particularly good. Having been engrossed in the Winter Olympics coverage, … Continue reading

Mobile studio days and nights

Christmas is coming, and I’ve been out on the road again with my mobile studio. Here are a few I took last month at a Pamper Evening: Three generations: The organiser of the evening with her partner: And before the … Continue reading

South Northamptonshire landscapes

These were all taken one evening a couple of weeks ago between Culworth and Eydon, on my way home from work in Banbury. Taken a couple of weeks ago, before the trees began to turn. Looking back towards Eydon and … Continue reading

The approach of Autumn

It’s now mid-September in England and, after a glorious summer the seasons are beginning to change. This was taken on the border of West/South Northamptonshire: from Upper Weedon and looking across towards Litchborough. The harvest is in, the hay is … Continue reading

Sam Kelly and friends at the Ealing Blues Festival

This is rather late, but it’s been a very musical summer – and hoping to go see Sam Kelly’s Station House tonight at Oakham. The Ealing Blues Festival is held annually in Walpole Park – a bit of a drive … Continue reading