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“Thank you Terry for dropping everything after a last minute call, the photos of our nurses are amazing and I cant wait to see them on the website and in our literature.”
“I just wanted to say thank you again for your time on Thursday, it’s really nice to have captured the photos of this year’s event which I’m sure will be valued by those that came. ….I have now received all of the Dropbox images into my Dropbox – thank you so much! We have some great images to use….Your slideshow is brilliant”
” You made our 60th Wedding Anniversary celebrations so special with all that you did, Terry…Thank you so much…”
“Thank you Terry for capturing some great and memorable images of our special day”
“Thank you Terry for your excellent help as usual! “
“My sincere thanks Terry for your support and work with the photographs for my latest book; they are excellent. All best wishes.”
Keep a look out~ New galleries are on their way with images from South Africa and Western Australia
We have been fortunate to enjoy another trip to Kruger National Park in South Africa this year and inevitably there is quite a collection of photographs to review now that I’m back at my desk. The trip also entailed a trip to Western Australia, visiting Perth and the fabulous wine producing region of Margaret River. Galleries will be prepared and available for viewing soon once I’ve had the chance to sort out a few choice shots, so keep watching.
Sydney is a recent edition to the galleries
I have been looking through all the photographs taken during our trip to New Zealand and it was evident that even though our stay in Sydney was only five days, it’s no great surprise that such a fabulous place resulted in quite an image bank of its own.You can now view the gallery of a few images and there are also links on my blog "Another trip to Sydney would be a great idea" to slideshows featuring Sydney, the NSW Art Gallery, and visits to Bondi and Manly.
A gallery featuring images from our trip to New Zealand is on its way too
The cameras were active as there was so much to see, and do, and record. So I’ve got lots of photographs and now begins the job of reviewing and selecting images for a New Zealand gallery. The Country is so amazing and being on a road trip visiting so many locations, it will come as no surprise that I’ve got my work cut out to edit the selection for a gallery and for slideshows. Please visit this site regularly to check for updates.
Visits to photogenic Italy means that its gallery is growing
People that know me and visitors to my website will be aware that we have a love for Italy, and we are lucky enough to make frequent trips to enjoy the sites, sights, landscape, culture, people, food and wine of that amazing Country, notably the region of Tuscany. This year (2018) we were back in Tuscany to our beloved Castellina-in-Chianti and we also added in a trip to the region of La Marche, staying in Ancona.
I will therefore be adding a selection of images from the trip to the Italy gallery and I’ll be giving it a bit of a shake up to keep it fresh and to display some memorable images. So, keep checking in to see what’s new.
More photographs from captivating Chatsworth
Frequent visits to Derbyshire and captivating Chatsworth also mean that the gallery of photographs from this place continues to grow. You can view slideshows via my blogs and galleries relating to events such as the Horse Trials and the Country Fair, In addition have a look at my "postcards" of the magnificent house and estate, and my slideshow of colourful images captured during some glorious Autumn days walking around the Outside Sculpture Exhibition.
Another new gallery featuring images in amazing shades of grey is coming soon
I have also been working on a few images in magical monochrome, and I will be adding a new gallery with photographs from a range of locations but in glorious black and white.
A slideshow from our Dubai trip
I took a few photos of some of the iconic images and items in the display and it seemed like a good idea to make a slideshow of my photos.
This was something I enjoyed doing given the fact that I've been a Bond fan all my movie-going life and also because I love making slideshows. It's a great way to display a set of images, include background music, and then share the show. I find this medium works well for the reportage images from weddings, and I've also used it with photographs from Game Drives ( another passion of mine).
New for 2019....there's now an online shop
With a new year comes a new feature. There is now an online shop on this site where it is possible to purchase certain products and services. You can contact me using the contact form to confirm order requirements. I also look forward to hearing from you if you would like to discuss specific photo requirements and commissions or if you have any comments.
I ALSO LIKE TO WRITE A BLOG OR TWO AND I’D BE DELIGHTED TO HEAR FROM YOU
It seems like a long time since I added anything to my Blog, and without searching for excuses (like blaming George) I thought I’d update my website with a few photos and a slideshow from this years’ visit to the fabulous Chatsworth Horse Trials. This return to one of our favourite places was an enjoyable excursion, particularly as we were now able to include George in our adventures. A fabulous and dog-friendly cottage in the Chatsworth Estate was our home for a few days, and inevitably I was able to add to the many photos of Chatsworth, and of this […]
We are lucky enough to live in Chipping Campden, a Cotswold town with captivating architecture, charismatic locations, an engaging community and a rich history. It’s a town I’m proud to call home (even if we have lived here only 18 years) and a place that “lends” itself to being photographed, as so many welcome visitors will testify. To learn more about the history of this fascinating town, the best place to look is the Chipping Campden History Society (CCHS) http://www.chippingcampdenhistory.org.uk/, where it is easy to get engrossed in the background accounts, memoires and images chronicling the evolution of Chipping Campden. […]
Combining “uncomplicated” with new adventures and photographic opportunities My earlier posts, festive season verses and assorted messages to family and friends attest to the pursuit of the “uncomplicated”. A life enjoyed while we have the capacity to enjoy it. A life seeking the avoidance of challenges and uninvited stresses. A fulfilling life with some adventures and experiences, but without undue pressures or hassle. My wife and I pleased to report that, post careers, these ambitions are ongoing and being achieved. Some would say that balancing fulfilling adventure whilst reducing complication is an over-ambitious goal. Those same people would also say […]