Monthly Archives: August 2012

A walk up Snowdon.

Last Monday I climbed Snowdon. Not so remarkable, you might think, even on a grotty day like Monday when  hundreds of other people were probably doing the same thing. But for me it was a bit of breakthrough. My last real … Continue reading

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More on Conservation Photography and 2020VISION

For the first part of this article please click here. There is a Welsh term “Y Filltir Sgwar” (The Square Mile) which may either be taken literally or understood as the area with which one is familiar and concerned about. Some … Continue reading

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The problem of Conservation Photography

In an article in Outdoor Photography (September 2012 issue) related to the 2020VISION project Niall Benvie makes his case for “conservation photography”. “By drawing attention to what happens in and to the natural world (rather than merely reflecting its aesthetics) … Continue reading

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Canon 5d mk2 design problem

The Canon 5d mk2 is a great workhorse of a camera and is capable of stunning results. It is built like a tank as well; I have dropped mine three times and it is still coming up with the goods. … Continue reading

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More on postcards (and copyright…….)

I received the following unsolicited email a couple of days ago from a Mr Boyd Williams, “As a Welshman who spent over 10 years living and working for French companies in Paris, I discovered that Wales was quite unknown to … Continue reading

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