Andy's Stag Do
Rough and ready, unedited set of pics from Andy's Loukes' stag do. There might be some dodgy quality ones, as I just uploaded as quickly as possible.
Italy 2004: Pertosa Caves, 30th March
Limestone caves, accessible by boat. Some great formations, plus interesting WWII graffiti (fascists + invasion + volcanic eruptions = time to find a safe place!).
Dumfries to Chichester
You can tell when I get bored or nervous - I start shooting everything in sight. This is a record of the journey from Dumfries in Scotland back to Chichester on the south coast of England, which took three trains, a 'plane, a bus, and about nine hours.
I took many pictures of the clouds from above when on the 'plane, which was in part due to both boredom and nerves. As I was above the engine I switched to a widescreen mode I found while playing with the camera to cut out as much machinery as possible. I wouldn't have been able to take any pics if it wasn't for the nice Goth girl reading Empire magazine switching seats with me - thanks! :)
Another family trip to Newark to do the trip down the river we didn't get time for the first time we went!
Sussex Weather (Flooding), 2003
I think the idea of this page was, if someone said "What's the weather like down there?", I'd show them this. So it's not an accurate reflection of the weather in Sussex all the time!
A selection of photos from a visit to Arundel Castle
Family trip to Newark
See also: Edinburgh, Roger and Eva's Wedding
Arundel from a moving train
Although I bought the camera at the computer show in October ostensibly to capture images of that show, I was thinking of getting a camera for some time.
After seeing some lovely sunrises around the Arundel area on the train to London each morning, I knew that I had very little time before the clocks changed back to GMT and I wouldn't be able to capture these images for some time - if indeed I ever got the chance again, with the rains causing morning mists I might not get the same views when everything had a chance to dry out. As it was it took me until just a few days before the clocks went back before the conditions were right to take my first shots. Bear in mind all of these are taken through the window of a moving train.