Pictorial memory

My hobby as an amateur photographer has very much taken a step into the background. There seems to be only so much in life that I can do. However, today I was glancing through my photography folder on my computer. Mainly because I turned a year older yesterday and I felt it was time for the yearly computer clear out. Of course, clear out is not what happens. Instead, similar to sorting through old boxes of memorabilia, one gets carried away and all sorts of ideas present themselves. So instead of shelving photography, I have decided to get involved again. As soon as I get time I will set up a new page on my Blog for photos. I am getting quite excited. I first got involved in photography in the late seventies and then acquired a Praktica single lens reflex. I thought it was the bees knees. I did so much with that. Finally I was given a Pentax which became the love of my life for many years. I updated it only once. Then along came digital and I bought myself a simple Fuji single lens reflex. I was quite content with this but my dream was to own a Nikon. A wonderful director friend, impressed with some of my photos offered me a Nikon he had no more use of. He kindly bought me a lens to go with it. This camera has been my companion for some time and I love it. See for yourself. In the meantime, enjoy and all constructive criticism is welcome.

Turin, in the moutains

School girls on their way to school. Phillipines;

Andrew and his daughter in Oxford

Philippines

A wedding guest

First pregnancy

In Scotland

Turin

Israel

Cambodia

Oxford

Horses, near home

Andrew (in Oxford)

A friend with child

Oxford

Wedding dress

Rose in our garden

Taken near our village

Lambs

Scotland

Cambodia

Cambodia

Cairo

Oxford
Capturing the bride

Cairo

Wedding

Horse near our our home

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11 thoughts on “Pictorial memory

  1. These are fantastic Lynda. I love the ‘Friend with Child’. I look forward to your new page so that we can see more ….. 😉

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