Leica M-E

Marina Bay in Singapore has become home to a number of five star hotels, and is a popular destination in the evenings to enjoy the fine dining whilst watching the light display on the nearby Marina Bay Sands Hotel. I always enjoy night photography in big cities, so took the […]

My trip to the UK over Easter happened to coincide with a Leica User Forum meet up in Bath on Easter Saturday. Since I was fairly local for once, I decided to make the journey down to bath to join a group of like-minded photographers. Although rain had been forecast, […]

There is something about derelict industry that has always intrigued me. It’s a combination of the thoughts about what happened when the installation was originally in use, the actions that led to the decision to close down or relocate the factory, and the progression of the facility since the last […]

Away from the picturesque canals of the Jordaan, there is a different side of Amsterdam, reflecting the industrial shipbuilding past of the Dutch city. NDSM-werf, or NDSM Wharf, is accessible via a free ferry that departs regularly from the dock behind Centraal Station, and takes you to the North of […]

In November I needed to be just outside Washington DC for a training course, so decided to make use of the long distance travel by arriving a couple of days early and spending the weekend before walking around Washington, and then take the train from Washington DC to New York […]

In September I visited the famous village of Kinderdijk. Kinderdijk is a village in the Netherlands, belonging to the municipality of Molenwaard, in the province South Holland, about 15 km east of Rotterdam. Kinderdijk is situated in a polder in the Alblasserwaard at the confluence of the Lek andNoord rivers. To drain the polder, a system of 19 windmills was built around 1740. This group of mills is […]