Wild ponies on Cefn Bryn at the edge of the Gower Peninsular, Wales.
This sign was alongside a chapel in the countryside in Wales – the use of the vivid red, symbolizing blood and also danger stands out against the deep blue of the sky.
Taken inside a gallery in Madrid, the museum guard’s empty chair looks like a piece of modern art but of course it was meant to look that way – beautifully designed and in keeping with the museum’s walls and floors. But an empty chair always also suggests the human even if only as an absence. The wall is like a Mondrian or a Rothko, the only blemish a darker smudge where someone’s shoulder or their hair has brushed repeatedly against it.
Stop Madrid one of the oldest tapas bar in Madrid seen from the outside in. Any camera shake is due to the lateness of the hour, low light and the fact I had just spent a pleasant two hours or so on the inside looking out.
Self portrait with a cat in a friend’s house taken late one night around 1978. I think it was just luck that the cat decided to insert him or herself into the picture.
I don’t know why this man is taking a photo – maybe he’s an estate agent – but I found his pose in the moment he took his photo irresistible. With his briefcase clamped between his legs and his arms raised he almost looks as if he is dancing.
Ad hoc sign in Madrid advertising a flamenco night in a restaurant. Aside from the splash of colour, the slight movement of the shawl in the breeze gives the image some animation.