Piracy is no longer bloodless | Rose George The stakes have got higher and David Cameron is right to allow armed guards on British-flagged ships First, there was a ship-wide sense of nervousness. Then, all portholes were filled with cardboard cut from cigarette boxes and apple cartons. We had reached the end of the Suez canal and pirate waters were … Read More
Another image from the Red Sea. Sadla Island looking over to Merso Dudo.
A wonderful street shot of essential bananas being delivered in the slums of Mumbai. Actully, slums is not a particularly PC way of describing this area and it’s not really Dharavi since that’s just up the road from here. Whatever, it’s a great scene all the same.
This is a mystical place in south Eritrea, taken from a desolate island called Sadla, which is surrounded by old volcanic hillocks as far as the eye can see. No one lives here except dolphins, turtles and bird of prey.
Some great news about Jamie’s first photography exhibition. Four of his pieces are part of a group exhibition juxstaposing his African and Indian street photography with architecture and urban themes, showing at Urban Picnic in Saffron Walden, UK, which runs from now until December 8th. If you’re on the High Street in Walden please do pop in and offer your support. We left before it opened so we missed it, but we’d love to hear from you if you get a chance to view it. If you can’t see that, then you can get a regularly updated stream of his photographs via his new Photography Blog. Click the link for more details…
I dunno if this is creeping ivy because it certainly feels more like creepy ivy, especially as it was photographed in spooky Norwood Cemetery.