My new blog, Piers of the Realm is now live. It showcases my project to document all 59 of the UK’s surviving seaside piers.
I’ve now completed a special new section of the website devoted to all the photos I made at BBC Television Centre while working there in May. It’s so sad to see the old place close down, but it was a great opportunity to explore some of the locations for one last time.
Regular visitors may have noticed that my site has recently undergone a radical change in design, with a brand new lick of paint and some reorganisation. Rest assured, all the content is still here, and I hope that the new layout will help you find things even more quickly.
I have had a revamp of my website’s Events section, giving more details of each event and a map to help you find them.
Although I won’t be taking a Toybox image every day this year, I am committed to at least once a week, but there will be lots of other posts too, so you will have plenty of opportunity to see your old friends.
Yes, of course, I’m carrying on with my Photo A Day project this year. I’ve given up calling it Project 365 – it’s more like Project Infinity now! As usual, there’s a new blog for 2013 for you to see the results.
I’ve added a new page listing all the talks and demos I can give to photographic and other interested clubs. I hope you find something of interest there.
I’ve been having a review of the main blog and have put together a Topics page so that you can find some related posts more easily, on subjects which I regularly write about. These include my Travel Journal, High Speed Flash & Liquid Splashes, Light Painting and Equipment Reviews.
I hope you find this new way of discovering articles useful!