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19 Sep 2016
guided walk manchester

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JOIN ME AT DAWN… You can now subscribe to Not Quite Light and keep up with all the new posts, events, workshops and offers on limited edition prints. Over the coming months I’ll be out several times a week at sunrise. I’ll also be holding events such as guided walks and lowlight photography workshops. So subscribe and keep up to date with all of the Not Quite Light projects. Simply add your email address to the form me below and […]

18 Sep 2016
Looking towards Manchester from the Crescent Salford

THE CRESCENT, SALFORD 5.20AM

THE CRESCENT, SALFORD 5.20AM I felt panicky this morning, and I wasn’t entirely sure why. I struggled to balance my tripod on the central reservation of the main through route from the East Lancs, and although Manchester looked beautiful in the steamy early morning, it seemed just too far away to bring me what I wanted. People passing by on their way home from night shifts, stooped and unlikely to make old bones, looked at me with concern, acknowledging as […]

15 Sep 2016

WATER STREET, MANCHESTER 5.36AM

WATER STREET, MANCHESTER 5.36AM It would seem that we can no longer expect the summer to remain in its expected place anymore. The warmth of remembered childhood days has now slipped beyond the start of the new school year, and September has become the month when we go to work in our shirt sleeves, as did I on this room temperature dawn. When it is this balmy, and I’m out under a night sky, with the world lit and coloured […]

04 Sep 2016

NEW POST – Riverside, Salford 5.28AM

There’s a new post on the project ‘From Trinity To The Crescent’, featuring words and pictures from the banks of the River Irwell, just off Adelphi Street. To read more click here

04 Sep 2016
Riverside Irwell Salford dawn

RIVERSIDE, SALFORD 5.28AM

RIVERSIDE, SALFORD, 5.28AM Often I’m already en route when I decide where I’ll go to photograph, simply following the course of fate and instinct to bring me to my destination. And, on this late summer morning, I fetched up at the River Irwell near Adelphi Street, along whose muddied sides human settlement is once again thriving. As I turned down neat, new streets, and came suddenly upon a footbridge, I realised how little I knew of the river’s course once […]

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