The Fuji diaries

A long absence

As we begin a considered easing of lockdown rules over the coming weeks, I look forward to treading once more the hallowed turf of Dartmoor, to reacquaint myself with the joys of roaming this vast and wonderful landscape, to marvel once more at the majestic tors, standing tall and proud, sentinels of the landscape, to … Continue reading “A long absence”

For the love of clouds

Photographers are an inherently fussy breed, in pursuit of the ‘perfect’ light we abhor those insipid grey washed characterless skies and take exception to those cloudless azure blue skies with equal measure. To capture the mood of a rainy day requires adequately weather proof camera bodies and lenses, lacking both or either requisite we will … Continue reading “For the love of clouds”

A sunny Sunday

As we hit the middle of March, there are welcome signs of spring, with the hours of daylight increasing slowly but surely, day by day. Spring is a time of change, as we shed the siege mentality of those often wet and windy days that keep us indoors and look to spend more time enjoying … Continue reading “A sunny Sunday”

Cold frosty days

As we approach the last week of February, the long winter nights and dark mornings are gradually making way for lighter and hopefully brighter days and after last weekend’s rain filled days, a little sunshine would be more than welcome. I am at Starcross, just after six fifteen AM, my intention to walk the few … Continue reading “Cold frosty days”

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About Me

Hi, welcome to Andy’s blog, where I document my regular photo walks around my home city of Exeter and beyond

Over the years, I have used and changed far more camera gear than I care to remember, yet enjoyed every minute of my photographic journey.

More recently, I have sought to travel lighter without a bag full of lenses and camera bodies, choosing to use my Fujifilm X100v for the foreseeable future, this blog follows the second of my ‘One camera ‘ projects.

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