Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Cambridge on Christmas Day

A lovely stroll on Christmas morning shows that Cambridge has had its fair share of rain.  The river is high and all the sluices are open in an attempt to stop any wider flooding.  Merry Christmas to all.


 That water is really flowing by The Rollers
 No eating outside at the Anchor today?

Wednesday, 19 September 2012


What a fantastic event the team put on at Lodestar and I was privileged to have access to the stage area to get those special shots.  Saturday was a busy day with 10 sets, ending with Sir Bob Geldof.  Sunday included 8 sets with mainly female artists.  A fantastic 2 days. See Lodestar 2012 for more images.

Sir Bob 

Chilling out to the music

Monday, 20 August 2012

Cambridge Bikes

Continuing the theme from London, it was a nice day so I popped into Cambridge for a walk and a few more bikes.

And some enjoyment on the river Cam - not punts this time.

Saturday, 18 August 2012

Trevor Lee - Cambridge Photography's photostream

Another fine day out with David and Michael visiting exhibitions and a bit of street photography. I decided to have a go at panning shots of passing cyclists - some workes, some didn't and a load more got deleted!

Friday, 6 July 2012

The Olympic Torch

It's a tough job but somebody has to do it:

Had the opportunity to hold the torch today - what a treat.  Time to get into training before it's too late!

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Points of View

Cambridge camera Club annual "Points of View" competition last night and what a great evening.  31 entries, each covering 5 categories (Gown, Town, Movement, Shapes & Contrast).  This is the competition to come 2nd in as the winner organises it the following year.  Congratulations to Paula for her well deserved 1st place with a score of 42/50.

Gown - Typical University Chaple

Town - shot in Newnham
Movement - Camera zoon on a 2000 bench
Shapes - Institute for Mathematical Sciences - what a building, can't wait to do some low light shots
Contrast - Old / New Mono / Colour - how to make a mess of a historic building