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.

Kostas Balafas and his Greece: Philosophy and inspiration

Dragan Novakovic's evocative images from Northern England published two days ago reminded me of this article by Spiros Skaidopoulos which first appeared on Macfilos just two years ago. Since then our readership has grown significantly and there must be many who have not seen the wonderful work of Kostas Balafas.....

Scotland’s rivers bask in record temperatures

If you enjoyed Paul Glendell's article on the Xpan Leica yesterday you should take a look at this article on the BBC news site...

Streettog Mykonos: Tantrums and calm

Not everyone seems impressed with the painting. Whether it is the artist or the parent disappearing into the foliage that triggered the tantrum we...

Harlequin painter in silhouette

When the iPhone is the best camera in the world.....

Breakfast at Bièvres as camera fair gets under way

Eight o'clock and camera dealers from all around the world are gathering in the main square of Bièvres, south of Paris, for the 52nd...

Maison Bertaux: The best croissanterie in London

Next time you find yourself in London's Soho, do visit Maison Bertaux in Greek Street. Mike chomps on his croissant in anticipation.....

Photoshoot at 36,000ft: Flying Suites Class from Singapore to New York

Looking for an unusual photo opportunity? You could splurge all of £11,000 on a trip from Singapore to New York in Suites Class. Travel blogger Derek Low did. Or, rather, he claims to have emptied his air miles account for the privilege. I suspect he could have had a helping hand from the PR gurus at Singapore Airlines.