Hong Kong: Thump, bump, a rude awakening mid-air

Mike was looking forward to a bit of pampering on his flight to Hong Kong. But he got more than he bargained for — a visit from on high.

Oman: A special country and a magnet for photographers

Back in 2006 William was living and working in Qatar and a four-day visit to Oman provided him with a fund of photographic memories….

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…..

At the Crossroads of Life: A tale of four photographs, 1967 to 2018

Fifty years and four photographs: John links his experiences of village life on two continents.

En route to Biévres International Photo Fair

Mike is off to Biévres, camera in hand, to see what’s cooking at Europe’s biggest out-door photography fair…..

Back to Austerity: The 1940s Revival at Brooklands Museum

Why are the 1940s such a popular era for retro events? Mike Evans and Ken Fung go to the Brooklands 1940s Revival event to find out.

Fuji X-T2 and the Gannets of Muriwai Beach

David took his Fuji X-T2 and 50-140mm f/2.8 Fujinon to shoot some gannets in New Zealand.....

Harlequin painter in silhouette

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

Vintage Japan: Brylcreem and stale cigarette smoke

Japan in 1979 was a far different place, very few signs in Latin script, very few English speakers. John spent some time vistting Kawasaki and Tohatsu and grabbing a few tourist shots. He was impressed by the Brylcreem in the meeting room, but less enthusiastic about the sale cigarette smoke.....

Miss Silverstone meets Signorina Monza, disappointment

John made an unscheduled visit to Monza in 1981 and encountered some interesting seating arrangements on the plane and in the stadium....