Category Archives: photography
Born in Budapest in 1913, Robert Capa was probably the most important war photographer of the 20th century. He covered five wars; the Spanish Civil War, the First Sino-Japanese War, the Second World War, the 1948 Arab-Israeli War and the First Indochina War.
Today was the first day of the year that was both sunny and not a work day, so I headed out with my new camera. I spent the morning in Oxford and then headed out to Thrupp and Shipton-on-Cherwell, on … Continue reading
I uploaded a whole bunch of photos to my flickr account this weekend.
Another flickr photo, entitled Ride It by Simon Pais. I’ve had this bookmarked for ages, as I love the colour blending, but didn’t get round to posting it until now.
Mariana Hummel has some amazingly colourful pictures in her Flickr gallery, including many sky and nature photos. I had an idea to crop this image to a thin letterbox format, and my plan worked – the perspective looks as if … Continue reading