Photography is all about light and so is Christmas in St Peter Port. I took the camera out a couple of nights ago and got some shots of the mast on the roundabout before I was chased back in by the weather. I’ve set up a ‘Christmas in St Peter Port‘ album and will keep adding to it over the next couple of weeks.
The harbour didn’t look like a great place to be today but whenever I see it from the window I still can’t help but think about all the journeys being made. Here’s a short video that I did a couple of years ago as a ‘day in the life’…
“I’ve lived in good climate, and it bores the hell out of me. I like weather rather than climate.” – John Steinbeck
One of the joys of being a photographer living in Guernsey is that the weather offers such a variety scenes to capture. So, whilst it’s sometimes tempting to curl up inside at this time of year, it’s much more rewarding to get out and about with the camera.
I’ve added a ‘Scenic’ album to the Gallery page, and will keep adding to it…
Now this was a bit different!
I hadn’t visited the German Underground Hospital in years so I jumped at the chance to take some photos of the recent fancy dress fun run that was staged there on 1 November.
The hospital itself is as intimidating a building as I remember and this event, with many of the runners in gruesome fancy dress, created a real one of a kind atmosphere. All of the photos from the event can be found on the gallery page.
If you have not been in while I really recommend a revisit. The opening times and further information can be found at www.germanundergroundhospital.co.uk.
I visited The World’s End tattoo parlour in Mill Street and was able to capture some of the amazing tattoo art in progress. It’s always interesting to watch other artists at work and I’ve never seen tattooists up close before. I’d also recently purchased a lensball and wanted to try it out! All the photos can be found via the gallery page.