..when cloudy was the weather I met with an old man cloth-ed all in leather, he wore no shirt upon his back but wool unto his skin, singing howdy do and howdy do and howdy do again”. I’m pretty sure that was the title and opening of a Steelye Span song that we used to sing. Being in the UK brings to mind many of those old folk songs that they and Fairport Convention reworked. Anyway…..it was certainly misty the second morning I was here and woke early for a walk along the Thames up to Marsh Lock. Here’s a few of the B&W pics taken on film with the Leica.
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Anne Judell is a friend and neighbour down in Robertson. A wonderful artist who uses mainly very finely detailed pencil and crayon work. She recently was awarded the 2012 Dobell Prize for drawing for a beautiful triptych titled “Breath”. These are a few shots I took with the Leica at her studio a little while back.
I little while I go I had the pleasure of filming Jonathan Zwartz and his superb band recording their new album, to be released this year. While in the studio I had a moment to grab the Leica and get this of trombonist James Greening, with his tuba. Jonathan’s first album The Sea,is superb as this review attests. I’ll post some more shots of the band when I create some decent resolutions.
Here are some pics I took while working in Mozambique earlier this year.