Today’s instalment in my Southport in winter series shows the beach car park ticket booth, which is closed for the winter.
Impressive morning skies seem to be a permanent fixture currently. The photograph shows the exquisite sky this morning with the familiar view of Roundway Hill.
A windy, bitterly cold and grey Wednesday morning in February at Southport beach. My model and I had only just arrived, when we noticed that we had company.
Earlier this week I had the opportunity to spend a couple of nights up north in Southport, Merseyside, for a photo session. Southport is a traditional English seaside resort, although the word seaside is stretching the concept. At low water, the sea is miles from the coast and invisible to the naked eye.
“Red sky in the morning sailor’s warning”, they say. It is one of the more useful weather related sayings because it is usually true.
A small selection of recent additions to my stock photography portfolio at Arcangel Images. You might see one of those on the cover of a book soon.
Originally this photograph was conceived as a commentary on objectification but the mind has a strange habit of churning views.
The glitch, which prevented the portfolio pages on my website from displaying properly in the Firefox browser and on some iPad/iPhone models, has been fixed.
To my Mum, who died on this day last year. That she survived my Dad by nearly nine years was quite unintentional. She never meant to.
When the telephone rang innocently yesterday and a female voice announced “it’s the BBC here” I had no idea what was to come or that Barack Obama and David Cameron would help to promote my photography services.