Monday, June 17, 2019

Frank Pick: The man who transformed London’s transport infrastructure

Frank Pick, London's Baron Haussmann, has left an indelible legacy on London's architecture and transport infrastructure. His London Underground roundel, one of the most recognised symbols in the world, is 100 years old this year.

Hillman’s Minx rides again

There's a club for everything. And the classic Hillman marque is kept alive by a group of enthusiasts who met last weekend at Brooklands Museum, near London

Watch this space: A wrist on high

A wrist-watch shot? Shades of Ming Thein..... But where in the world is Sherpa Gerlach?

Trundling along on the Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway

A wonderful day, a newish car and a mooch along one of England’s heritage railways, preserved and maintained entirely by volunteer labour…..

Jim Clark: A quest to find the original memorial at Hockenheimring

Fifty years ago, a British Formula One driver who many consider having been one of the world’s finest racers died in a tragic accident on the old Hockenheimring circuit in Germany. We went to Hockenheim on a quest to find the original crash site buried in the forest.

Hasselblad Christmas: HD night-time images

An outing with the Hasselblad X1D to capture some stunning night-time Christmas decorations on Vancouver Island

Remarkable survival of the Leica X1 and X2

Wayne's suggests the popular old granddads, the Leica X1 and X2 could be used exclusively for monochrome. Let's take a look...

With the Ricoh GR to Laos — Part One

Foloowing his trilogy on Myanmar, Jean takes his little Ricoh GR to Laos.

Hot-rod Girls: Never say never

Unaccustomed as I am to photographic bling, my outrageously processed shot of the hot-rod girls has proved a hit with competition judges. I probably won't do it again, but never say never

APS-C Fixed Lens Duo: Ricoh GR v Leica X2

Two fixed-lens APS-C cameras, one from Germany, one from Japan. Both have an enviable reputation as travel companions.