Eh, lookee, I won a thing!

Well, I won a part of a bigger thing, the macro segment of The 2018 Sigma D-Photo Amateur Photographer of the Year.  I’ve not won anything like this before, possibly because I’ve timidly not entered any infrared macro photos in any competitions. There’s even a nice prize lens coming my way.

So check this months D-Photo magazine, turn to page 42 and, look, it’s my butterfly, among some other darn fine photos all plucked from the 13,000+ entries in the competition overall this year.


White Knight


One of the quiet places

I’ve been rummaging in the ‘never processed images archive’ again.  Around this time in England last year I visited this ferny grave beside a ruined church, where all  names and all sorrow have long since been worn away.


With the IR mod camera, and a 20mm lens.