The life of a photographer who likes to shoot just about anything.

Posts tagged “England

On the Road…

Portrait taken in Dover, England before visiting Dover Castle.


Perfect Parking Space.

Somewhere in England, the owner of that car found the perfect parking space
– just outside the front door.


An American Abroad

The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, England.


On the Road to Bath

Ancient Roman baths in Bath, England.


Traveling in London

 It’s something you don’t see often,  a bicycle with a carry container in the front loaded with kids.


Carousel on the Beach

A carousel on the beach in Brighton, England. A surreal moment where anything can happen.


A Street Performer in London

Man on a unicycle performs in front of a crowd with a little girl.

A street performer and a little girl
in London’s Covent Garden entertain a crowd of people.


My New Neighbors

Need I say more?


Dover Castle, Dover, England

Dover Castle is on the south coast of England on the English Channel.
I wish I were king 500 years ago so I could behead somebody.


British Philosophy

Some British philosophy from a trip to England. Highly recommended.


London at Night

Parliament, Big Ben, London, England

It’s been awhile since I’ve been to London. I think it’s time to go back.


Visiting Stonehenge

Stonehenge

Photograph made several years ago while visiting England.
Photographed originally with 35mm color print film.


Young Lady

Arundel, England, Child, Girl

Young lady somewhere in England.


The Pub

Pub, Bar, London, England, Great Britain,

One of my absolute favorite places to visit
when visiting London is the local pub.
It is an experience not repeated in my neck of the woods.


A Street Musician in London

Street musician, london, england

In the Westminster Underground station in London,
a musician plies his trade playing the saxophone.


Young Lady in Arundel

Arundel, England, Child, Girl

Several years ago while in London, I walked into the Victoria train station and spoke to a employee behind the ticket counter. I told him of my disappointment in visiting Stratford-Upon-Avon. I said that it felt “Americanized” and wanted to see something “British”. He recommended traveling to Arundel. It’s about an hour south of London. My wife and I traveled on a train that reminded me of the one the Beatles rode on in “A Hard Day’s Night”. The view of the countryside was beautiful, and when the train approached Arundel, a castle came into view on the horizon. It was like an Errol Flynn movie. (Uh oh, it sounds like I’m Americanizing it…)
Arundel is a small town, around 3000 people with castle. My wife and I explored it and then walked around the town. During that journey, the young girl seen above, stood for a moment as I caught her image on film.


Watching the Neighbors

Dover Caste, Dover England, English Channel

Photograph was made looking out a window
in Dover Castle, Dover, England.
The English Channel is visible in the distance.


Brighton, England

Brighton, England, Beach, Ocean, Swimming

Sunbathers enjoying a beautiful day at the beach in Brighton, England.


London at Night

London, England, Parliament

Photograph made on a return visit to London several years ago.
I love traveling to England, but am not sure about the future.
When I made my first trip for my honeymoon in 1984, the roundtrip
tickets for my wife and I were around $200 each.
If only that were still the case today.


The Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge, London, England

During my travels to London, I captured this photograph of the Tower Bridge.
One of my favorite bridges in the world.


Trafalgar Square

Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, London, England, Double Decker Bus

A view of Big Ben from Trafalgar Square, London.


Piccadilly Circus, London

Piccadilly-Circus, London, England

No matter where you go, harried commuters look the same.


The Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge, London, England

During my travels to London, I captured this photograph of the Tower Bridge.
One of my favorite bridges in the world.


Bath, England

Bath, England

Have visited Bath on 2 separate occasions. Once in the 1980’s and returned in 2011.
A beautiful and interesting place partly because of it’s Roman history.