Foto 5 Live and Uncut

A blog of Photography experiences



Its another way to look at things.


He looked through x-ray specs
it was true
through metal and glass
but so surreal



The housing stood silent
hiding its glory
as nature took its course
that would eventually reveal.




Its a choice you make
either to take sunny side or shade
but one thing is for sure
there will be a cost!



The Tower stands in all glory
shadowed by balcony blocks
never ceasing to amaze
This architecture craze!




You need inspiration!

So you’re just sitting there attempting to edit your work and it’s not going well… I know what you’re thinking? What is it about them? What do they lack? How can I make them special?

I know the feeling only to well I’ve been there many times and no doubt will return to that dark place. So what’s the answer?

For me it’s always been about checking out other peoples work either by Flickr or (two fantastic photo gallery websites) to get inspiration for various genres for street by Daido Moriyama or Joel Meyerowitz, classic landscapes by Michael Kenna or David Noton and HDR by Trey Ratcliff or Jason P. Ordell  (Jason by the way is a great tutor of all aspects). You will without doubt find some one or some thing that sparks your imagination.

All these fantastic photographers will give you inspiration ideas and no doubt give you the impetus to look at your work in a different way. For me reality finding Artur Anis Aniserowicz on 500px that really piqued my interest to attempt to make some art from my photographs.

By simply adjusting colours balances, vibrance, saturation, and clarity using the slides in Lightroom or Photoshop I created my photos with an almost psychedelic feel to them – Photos on steroids basically. It’s totally ‘off the wall’, but who knows they might just find their own place on my walls, as some sort of peculiar art.


At least it’s my work inspired by a great photographer.

Dreaming, Busy, Lives we lead!


Walk the streets
of London,
and see for yourself 
the dreams of stardom!


How busy the streets are
No one stops 
for anyone all going
About their important business!


Modern times a Coffee Break,
They sit, pick up their phones
and never talk to each other
A strange activity!


The skate Park
Decorated for the visitors 
but the boarders are not here 
Just the artists!


He entertains,
the children go wild
Having Fun
Chasing Bubbles!

From Street Wise Times – A change of tack!

I Blame the Retailers.

We live in a world of impatience. Looking for the next product, the next upgrade, the next improvement on something we own already. We also live in a world where we are never satisfied.

mono_ports_DSCF4744-EditHow has this come about?

Today we see countless adverts for the latest and greatest product. No sooner than we have bought a product with a few months there is another which ‘we are told” is better than the previous version. Be that a camera, TV, bike, car, hairdryer or even a Government! Before I go any further let me say that I’m only too aware of the insatiable desire to have the latest and greatest product of any of the above. But do we really need that latest product? If I can I’d like to narrow this down to my interests; those being photography, cycling and politics.

Lets take a look.

In photography we have come a very long way in a short period of time from the 35mm film SLR camera to the latest Digital mirrorless camera. Some will argue that the new cameras are no better than the older; others will argue they are and in the long run cheaper to use considering the cost of film and processing. But not necessarily making us a better photographers! – And that is the ‘cusp’ of it. Upgraded versions of cameras will not make you any better as a photographer. Neither will buying more lenses. It might be considered it makes your job easier but not better! All that considered even the latest mobile phone camera can create some stunning images in the right hands! Its not the camera thats makes you a better photographer – Practice and your desire to be better would though. Put any camera in the hands of a professional and he/she will produce stunning work!puddles_DSCF0136.jpg

When we consider cycling and bikes (my latest endeavours to get fit) the considerations are slightly different but still bare the same comparisons. Buy a better (more expensive) bike and you’ll go faster. Well you will if you peddle harder! The latest bike is lighter – very true – than the older ones (purely down to improved machining and materials). “Upgrade to a Carbon bike!” “An improved gear set up and wheels will make the ride smoother, and will improve your cycling”! No it wont! It might make it easier to go up hills and allow you to cycle further, but it wont ‘improve’ your cycling  these are all great sales talk but consider this… Yes a lighter bike will help, but the more you cycle the fitter you get you will lose more weight and the better you ‘will’ become! Um that’s practice! Thats not down to the bike… For us mere mortals we cannot be sucked into the belief that a more expensive bike is going to improve our cycling! That said those looking to be a professional rider are in a different league and would need to compete on equipment of the same standard.

Now Politics! Yes that conundrum. xe1_IR_DSCF4872.jpgWe get bored with it don’t we? A manifesto is never carried out; the MP’s lie and Prime Minister’s dont know what they are doing. Heard it all before? Where’s the money coming from? Whose ‘gonna’ pay? Tax the rich give to the Poor; For the many not the few! I’m not going to start on the unions they all have their own alternative initiative; usually to bring a government down. I find it amazing that so many people (MPs included) can read from the same book of facts, reports and figures yet come up with such a different story. Pure impatience!

Take the Brexit ‘situation’! Everyone shouting from the hill tops that the process is too slow; the government have no plan and for some, suggesting that we should go back to the old days and return to the EU.

Well the that’s what the EU would like by stonewall tactics of delay to confuse us, the population of the UK, and also to protect the EU from further divorces and the proposed plan of a Federal State working as one under one roof. Let me add here – The plan is clear. The Eu want to create a closer working unity with all states adopting the Euro as a currency, free movement of people and free trade.

OK… For that to happen and really, I mean REALLY work means the following: One currency; One Economy; One Government! Country xe1_IR_DSCF4890.jpgparliaments will operate simply as councils as we know it! And that will never work and here’s the reason why.

You cannot pay the same salary to the bread maker in Naples that you do in Paris! You cannot pay the same salary to a car worker in Stuttgart that you do in Spain! You cannot expect the fisherman from north and west coasts of Europe as those from the south costal regions and islands. Why? Because their living costs and standards are so varied and different. And “Finally” you cannot and will never see a common ground that all the trade unions throughout Europe would work together; They all have there own (un)written agenda’s! For me that is the problem with the EU concept  – It simply wont work especially when so many countries owe so much money within the EU that effectively is shored up by a very aggressive central bank in the Bundesbank. Time will fall when enough is enough and the support will stop and the EU will crumble, topple and cause a major financial and economic fall out, something akin to the depression after the great 1929 stock market CRASH. The UK can stop this ‘folly’ by showing the way to other countries to expand their trade interests outside of Europe.

We continue to always look for something better, that the grass is always greener on the other-side. And the political farce that we are experiencing in Europe doesn’t help… Why are we like this? Could it be this impatience is the result of consumer behaviour? As new products are now cheaper, we have become a throw away society if a product doesn’t work; get an easy divorce from a loved one because we don’t see eye to eye anymore; we can even change our mind on the way our country is run or on a vote that we made. Or, is it that we are just suckers for adverts and eager clever salesmanship of the next best thing!

It can’t just be down to the advertisement or salesman! Can it? Where should we apportion the blame then? A little long shot I know but consider this. Maybe it’s the high street retailers that have inadvertently caused this, by making it easier for us to return a product, if we are not satisfied, or it’s the wrong colour in the light of day!

Could it just be the simple retailer that has caused this endemic attitude of impatience!


I’m Back – Using the Hipstamatic App

Its been sometime hasn’t it, since I last posted a blog.

Why, do you ask? Well I lost my ‘mojo’ for photography. It just seemed to drift away from me. So much going on the UK, not too mention Brexit, then a UK election, more terrorist activity and the constant rather boring “get this camera, get that camera” shows on You Tube and blogs, to improve your photography. Well you all know where I stand on the political issues, if you have been reading my tweets on @streetwisetimes and as for the camera scenario well I still think its the eye (your eye) that makes the photograph NOT the camera whether you use a Leica (if you can afford their ridiculous price tags) a Canon, a Nikon or my chosen brand the Fuji system. Even Fuji despite their belief in “Kaizen” and regular upgrades have fallen foul of the race to improve the camera for better imagery.



I’ve recently taken up cycling mainly to get me fit and to lose some weight rather than sitting on my ass editing photos and watching the TV. Whilst out on the road its given me time to think about photography and other issues. Its amazing what you can do and come to terms with whilst riding a bike.

Although I continued to take photos nothing really came out of the camera that was worth shouting about.


Maybe I was getting too critical of my work. Not a bad thing to do really, to my mind that shows you have learnt from past experiences and looking for something maybe different than last time. That “Wow” factor if you get my meaning. Photography is all about getting out there to improve on your last performances thats the ay the pros look at it you can continue to take the same thing all the time – to my mind you just get stuck in a rut. Thats not to say that if you are a ‘pro’ you probably have to maintain the standard and style which have become known for; especially the wedding and portrait photographer. But if you study the freelance photographer they are always looking to do better than last time.and the Camera doesn’t do that for you. You have to com to terms with what you have done and want to do in the future and that must e to improve.

Photography is not an exact science. So its imperative that you go out with a fresh mind to try something new and different. That was my problem I couldn’t do that. I couldn’t see the new idea. So the camera stayed in the bag for the majority of the time and the bike became my best friend and still is (to be honest).

Only though, just recently after having an opportunity to  go out and about with some good friends talking about photography showing some tips to them, have I found my interest in making photographs coming back to me. Especially just this last weekend, when my wife and I visited Hastings on the coast of East Sussex.

Hastings I’m sure is going through a major overhaul with what appears to be an investment of money and improvements to the seafront. When I last visited there, it was an old, tired south coast seafront town which frankly looked to me as if it was due to die at any moment. But not now. The old pier which burnt down a few years back has been redesigned and built again and with a recent award for its design seems to of given Hastings that leg up it need to build on itself again. What an amazing design the pier is. I hope it remains that way. The weather was superb which always counts for something but the atmosphere was really upbeat with the lanes, shops, restaurants and cafes all seem to be doing good business. Not too mention the market celebrating their Herring festival. It truly was marvellous to experience it all.

Taking photos as we walked around the town, got the juices flowing both with my Fuji X-Pro1 and Xf35mm 1.4 lens (Probably my favoured set up now) and also with my iPhone 7 using the Hipstamatic app : All the images shown here are using the Janes Lens and Ina’s 1982 lens filter.


One thing I have learned during this rather long sabbatical from photography is not to push it. If the photography eye is not with you don’t force the issue to try and make it work. Photography will come back to you but remember thats not by buying a new camera or lens you have the equipment, stick to what you know. Wait for that moment to come back to you. Look to improve from your last foray out with your camera. Don’t take the same old ‘stuff’ cos’ it’s a trusted and known path for you. Get out of your comfort zone, learn from past mistakes and bad photos, be hard on yourself, think of what you have taken and what you might like to take. I’ll say that again – Be ‘really’ hard on your self.



But above all, rather than ‘plod’ your way through continued photo’ trials, in the hope that something will turn up:

It’s good to take a break!

What went wrong?

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This is not your usual photographic post but I feel with all the political turmoil out there in this country I feel propelled to put my views to this blog.

What went wrong?

Before I go any further and maybe your time to to turn to another blog, I am an unashamedly Conservative voter – Always have been and always will be! Also I voted to Remain in the EU – more about that later.

So who to blame? I suppose you could look at David Cameron the Prime Minister of the time that called the EU Referendum – Remain or Leave the simple question. Well we all know that 52% voted to leave. Why? I think the main reason is that the leaver campaign (The Brexiteers) latched on to the immigration ticket in a huge way and bolted on the belief that The UK was a strong enough country to go it alone and build, trade deals around the world control, develop our own laws, keep our sovereignty and currency without having the bureaucracy of the EU telling us to do something different or even pay more. The ‘Remainers’ and quite honestly in my opinion at the time sensibly thought, yes it costs money but it is a fantastic trade association to belong to. London as the central financial city of Europe was ideally suited to serve the EU and of course the UK. Plus, industry in the Midlands was thriving. The complaint almost by everyone was who to believe, where are the facts people were saying no-one is telling the truth. Well the facts were there but people didn’t ready the right publications for the truth rather to stick with newspaper hype and campaigners views. In my opinion this EU ref. became a sort of no confidence vote in our Prime minister David Cameron and to be honest he should of stayed away from the debate as in the event of losing there was no where else to go for David and family, but pack the cases and leave No. 10! In my opinion if he had stayed out of the argument he would of been able to keep the PM job thus saving us all from an early election (back to that later) and steer the country through a Brexit negotiation.

So the Referendum is done a new Prime Minister elected by the Tory party and ‘Brexit is Brexit’ (honouring the peoples choice) we are told! Or so it seemed. Mayhem ensued as the ‘Remainers’ maneuvered, to dismantle the referendum and call it into question. Court cases were opened up as the Government were questioned over their right to call Article 50 without debate in Parliament! All this did was delay the calling of Article 50, as our new Prime Minister Theresa May grappled to control yet again the in-fighting of the Conservative party and fend off the Lib-Dems (and their total disregard for the peoples choice) plus having the SNP trying to put a spanner in the works by trying to create a negotiation platform for themselves to remain in the EU! What a mess! And the EU started to berate us as we showed no real cohesion. The EU member states at this point seemed to change tack and become very arrogant and showed clearly to me that they were  going to make an example of the UK, for fear that other states would decide to leave as well. Plus we would have to consider paying a penalty if we wanted to leave!

Time for the UK to stand their ground and for me to change my opinion! Fed up with EU arrogance and the belief that the UK people had made their decision whether it was 52 51 or 50.5 % they had spoken and they wanted to leave the arrogant control of the United States of Europe. Remember one thing at this point – and it is worth noting – of the UK’s commitment to the Europe in both world wars, we as a nation (admittedly with some help from our cousins over the pond) came to the saviour of our continent. So many countries didn’t want to or have the expertise to fight against a tyrannical country. Small thanks now as we as a country have decided in our best interests to go it alone. Frankly the  EU is run by a lot of Presidents, Chairman’s and committees, that only have their own interest to heart. I’m happy that we are leaving now.

And so back home with all the wrangling’s of what to do and how to do it, Theresa May stuns us all and announces ‘as she wants a clear mandate’ a snap election! WOW! Well with 49% to 29% Poll, in favour of Conservative over Labour who wouldn’t. Now I don’t think this was to create a major landslide of Tory seats as we have seen this before with a Thatcher government, a seat majority of over 100 becomes overkill and un-democratic

archdscf1632almost ‘Steam roller’ like, so a 30-40 seat majority would of been ideal. Also a fact which many had decided to ignore is that as the Brexit negotiations are set to finalise in 2019 its the same year as a general election would have to be called! Potentially a major stumbling block with a small majority as continued Tory in-fighting and opposition objections would be at a height. It could of created a major issue to finalising any possible agreements – So I think it made sense.

What the Tory party didn’t count on was a resurgent country wide left wing attitude – especially the young – always rebels at that age! – and a man that had been campaigner all his life – Yes Jeremy Corbyn (The Pied Piper)… Hated by his fellow MPs and some union leaders on the basis that it would all end in doom and gloom for the Labour party at this election. We even had calls for a snap labour leadership contest. No The Pied Piper stayed true to his word and work and went to the streets. From that moment it all started to unravel. Theresa May made the mistake of not entering into open debate on the TV. Theresa that was your front door to the people! Instead you left it to your Home Secretary to hold the candle for you. She did a good job but you would of wiped the floor with all of the others.

Slowly but surely the promises that The Pied Piper offered to the country gradually caught on. The final ‘coup de gras’ was to offer the students free tuition – Umm in 5 years time, I think the students missed that bit! Labours manifesto ‘all accounted for’ they said. Yes it was but where was the money coming from – Increased income tax set just above MP’s salary(!), Pensioners, savers and invested funds and dividend income payouts… Capital Gains Tax to you and me! Mmm Plus more borrowing it was obvious. The Pied Piper and his band had created a ‘new’ Money Tree – problem was their policy of ‘hope’ was  – Hope we can find that tree. ‘For the many not the few!’ they stated – A stolen and twisted slogan from WW2 Winston Churchill, architect dscf7489

“Never have the many been so thankful to the few” after the Battle of Britain – Yet another example of Britain standing up for Europe! Even though the Tory party announced a very strange Social Care (potential) Policy in their manifesto, which was largely misunderstood, the writing was on the wall that the Tories might not get that majority they wanted. No, Theresa May’s failing to stand up to The Pied Piper (Corbyn – incase you have forgotten) in open debate was her failing. Why she did that I just don’t understand, she has the beating of him, even now, every time in parliament with sensible argument.

So the small majority was lost and now we have a minority government which has just signed up to a working relationship with the DUP. That’s not really a problem as the DUP generally vote along with the Tories in any case. What we are seeing now unbelievably is a case of the Labour Party thinking they are a government in waiting! – Umm no 44 -40% is a loss 318-262 is a loss for the Labour Party who came a distant second. And if you think about it Theresa May has her mandate… More people voted for her leadership than The “RED” Pied Piper. Better the Labour party to prepare for decent opposition. Me thinks! Over the coming months we will see more posturing, photo opportunities, increased social media activity campaigning and using events to propel the Labour party in our faces. More promises that cannot be kept and living in HOPE that they will somehow turn it round. Meanwhile Theresa May and the government can now concentrate on the Brexit negotiations and stand firm against EU arrogance. Of course there are other issues that we have to come to terms with and to get the answers to ie Terrorism and the tragedy at Grenfell Towers. Thats not to mention that there will be other situations that arise in the coming months.

Monaco Japanese Garden (X-E1 -720Nm)

But I’ll say this… The Pied Pier and his Labour party threw everything but the kitchen sink at the last election. They have nothing more to offer the next time round. The Labour Party live in a cloud cuckoo land of ‘Hope’ and will continue to look for that money tree! For the Tories next time round they will have the answers and hopefully Theresa May will step up to the plate and will enter into the open debates, using the TV as the front door to the population.

A little note to the students. We all as young people go through a stage of open rebellion – it is understandable. Today’s youth will not be familiar with the images of Communist countries and empty shelves in the supermarkets – I’m not saying that would happen in our democratic country, but the history of The Pied Piper and his close Marxist followers in the Labour Party want to create a society that has been proven not to work. You cannot borrow to invest you cannot create jobs for all and somewhere down the line we all have to learn to live with in our means. There is no money tree. People have to pay for want they want and that includes tuition fees at the universities and colleges, otherwise where do the Uni’s and colleges get their money from. If the fees were to be curtailed you could see some Uni’s and colleges closing down! Right now thats not what we need. Maybe though there is room to change the way student fees are paid.

But one thing for sure in my opinion is I think that the Labour party have had their day and the Conservative party will have the right approach next time. For now its let get the Brexit negotiations done by holding firm and yes if it means walking out the door and leave the Arrogant EU states to fend for themselves then lets do it.

Finally, do not be swayed by unaccountable promises that will be thrown at you over the next few years. Labour’s manifesto did not add up (it was accountable but not factually secure on where the money would come from). Labour will say what you want to hear and not what realistically can be achieved. They will drop the defence of our country (Trident and the armed forces), like a ‘red hot poker’ in the belief that they have the nouse to negotiate. (That includes despots and terrorist groups). I really don’t think so in this day and age!


The saying is that ‘The grass is always greener on the other side’. I can assure you from where I stand it is not and you can’t have your cake and eat it!

The Pied Piper will lead you all down to the river of No Hope!


E-zine’s, Why not publish your work?

imageIt’s great to think that we as photographers could get our work published. Many photographers have done so not really to make a great deal of money from it – some do admittedly – but usually the books are to promote the sale of prints or as a record of an exhibition. Other styles of photo books exist that are produced as tutorials – the how to do it book! – where the photographer uses their own images to demonstrate how to improve your photography and create your own style. But this all costs money. The well known will get commissioned by book publishers especially if they are represented by a well know gallery.

You can of course go it alone with a start up project – like Kickstarter. This is not as simple as it sounds you will have to source basically everything not only collate your prints, arrange and buy the correct paper, set the cover style of the book (soft cover, hard back or ring bind) to be stitched or perfect bound! Plus finding the right printer for the job. Can they offer the complete service who will do the print production from print to collate binding and to what COST to you? You can see how this all builds up and becomes a very intense pressured venture for you.

The Gherkin

Yes you might get the finance with a little profit built in for your hard work, but if one small cog of this machinery that you have created slips out of synch, you will have a major problem on your hands, not only to correct the problem, whatever that may be (poor printing, an error in text, even the wrong paper) but also unsatisfied customers who have basically invested in your project asking where their copy of the book is! Slightly embarrassing for you if it ‘goes pear shape”!

So here’s my idea for you to consider by creating the whole imagebook as a .pdf an E-zine and use a site to promote it for you. You can offer these out either as a paid for item or for free. Recently I have created a number using Lightroom and saving the book as a .pdf and have published them on

Issuu is a great site as there are literally loads of books and well known magazines as well for you to view that you can save for later viewing. It is a great source especially for photographers. Here’s a link to my E-zines that I have created – Appassionato series by Griffo.


In all cases I have kept them simple. Not getting into specifics, but I’ve kept text at a minimum and have not trouble myself too much about collating the images. E-zines of a maximum of 40 images seem to be the best option. You can create through Lightroom single or double page spreads in any number of image configurations. Plus if you find the book is of interest to someone (maybe you want to gift one), go back into Lightroom change the specifics and get it printed by as a one off.

So simple to create and then once completed look to advertise the E-zine out on your social network, your blogs and/or your website. Mine are here… Photography Live and Uncut.

Enjoy – Publish and share your work!

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Block – Break out!


In my last blog I wrote about ‘hitting the wall’ in photographic terms on my last walkabout in London. I came to the conclusion it was probably down to the fact of walking the same streets many times and also as pointed out by Valerie Jardin that I’m starting to get very critical of my own work. (Apparently as you improve your photography this is what will happen). Well shortly after the blog was published I received many comments of support and suggestions of what to do and in the main not to worry too much! But one of the suggestions was to get out of your mode? This got me thinking… Initially, I thought this was a suggestion of changing from Aperture priority to Shutter or even move to Manual settings… No, what he meant was change the ‘genre’ from my usual photography. In other words switch from street to landscape for instance.

So I did…

For those that read my blogs regularly will know, a couple of years ago I had my Fuji X-E1 converted to Infrared with a 720Nm filter and it was this camera that I turned to, to break this ‘block’. Not that it takes a better image (far from it, the X-E1 and X-Pro1 in terms of image quality are on a par), but what it gave me was the opportunity to look at potential images in a different way. So much so that I have continued to use it now for the past few weeks. The first opportunity came when I decided to take a country walk with my wife Jane around Lullingstone Park, Kent. The walk took us along a river/stream footpath. Using the X-E1, I chose to shoot in Raw and Fine mode (with the .jpg file set to Mono Red) with the excellent Fujinon Xf18-55mm f2.8-4 lens. (Nb. the 35mm or 16mm f1.4’s are better suited lenses).

This set up covers all potential needs for me. Looking to create images that emphasise the lightness of the green foliage and the dark tree trunks and branches. The day was a little overcast so there wasn’t really the chance to get the light streaming through the canopy of leafage. One thing you will find when converting a camera to IR is the annoying purple ‘blob’ that appears with some lenses – especially zooms – in the middle of the screen. This is caused by light reflection in the lens and can only be negated by some very careful editing in Lightroom or keeping to the wide end of your aperture. ie f2.8 to 4. As my xf18-55mm has a variable aperture of this range I can just about get a way with it. But if it does occur, with a little experience you can remove this ‘blob’ in Lightroom quite easily. (Example of the purple spot, shown below)


Switching to the B+W in the development mode of Lightroom allows you to play with the Red and Orange sliders to emphasise that IR look. One final trick is that a ‘film’ IR photo would lack focus and sharpness… The way to replicate that is to reduce the clarity (sometimes to 80%) if you are looking for that effect and also add some heavy grain. One photographer of note that specialised in ‘film’ IR photography was Sir Simon Marsden you will see from his fascinating work how his ‘film’ images – not digital – would be heavy in grain, lacking in focus and sharpness, but due to his photography skill, just amazing composition, bringing a real atmosphere to all of the images. He himself was keenly interested in ghosts and the belief of a second world living in parallel to us. Thus his work concentrated on haunted houses, castles, graveyards and old relics. Just beautiful work.

This is something that I’m looking to develop. There seems to be a trend at this time to use the colours of the infrared scale to produce fine-art work. So, we are seeing blue buildings, red or orange skies and strange coloured foliage and seas. Each to there own but in my opinion Infrared photography is shown best in Mono, with light/white foliage and black and fluffy white clouded skies, with at times a lack of sharpness and focus!

IR_XE1_DSCF4419ir_DSCF4596So, this has been my way out of the block! Turning away from my passion of ‘street’ to Infrared photography using my Fuji X-E1. I think it is important to note that every photographer will go through this stage, when they are lost for what to take and that their innovativeness and observations escape them. It maybe a case that he/she is more critical of their own work, when once that photo taken would have been considered good enough to post to social media or print. We all move on with experience and knowledge of photography. We know what we like to see and view and at the same time we have a good idea of what will be appreciated by the ‘millions’ (haha I/we wish!) that view our work.

Monaco Japanese Garden (X-E1 -720Nm)
Monaco Japanese Garden (X-E1 -720Nm)

Until next time.

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