Spotted this at the St James Street end of Walthamstow market.
Monday, 11 September 2017
Bumped into these delights at David Titlow's photography exhibition, Eyeball Cards: The Art of British CB Radio Culture. A good review can be found on the BJP here and the book is available via Four Corners Books.
|Hanging with the band, Rowan and The Crops Failed|
|Jimmy Jay and David|
|CB business card from Eyeball Cards: The Art of British CB Radio Culture|
|From the Eyeball Cards: The Art of British CB Radio Culture book, photo courtesy of David Titlow.|
Monday, 4 September 2017
|Cio amigo, with godspeed|
Thursday, 31 August 2017
Tuesday, 29 August 2017
Monday, 21 August 2017
I've made a few changes to my website Adrian Callaghan Photography . I've opted for a different template design and I'm adding a page for my Picture Editing skills. I'm still working on this bit, so bare with me. I run my site via Pixelrights and If you're toying with getting your own website then do give them a try as they specialise with photographers and I feel like I'm in good hands. Here's a few samples below and notice how Pixelrights don't like you grabbing images from their websites, very thoughtful.
|My new website layout, featuring text to the right. Still working on my Picture Editor skills section.|
|This is how the main gallery/portfolio page is looking.|
|Get your hands off. Pixelrights anti image theft protection.|
Thursday, 10 August 2017
I happened to be passing when they had an open day, lucky I had my camera at hand. Last time I visited here was when there was an open day to help save the Bell tower more about that at the end of the post. St Mary's are also organising music events, you can read more about that here . But for now enjoy a look behind the keyhole to St Mary's in Walthamstow.
|Come on ye pilgrim|
|St Mary's Church in Walthamstow village|
|The secret Monk at St Mary's Church in Walthamstow village|
|Great moustaches: Members of the George Monoux family|
Friday, 28 July 2017
Tube'd it to the Camden Monarch to catch Emperors of Rome on Wednesday. The headlining act was the Savannahs who had recently appeared on BBC's Pitch Battle. I have to say I was very won over by their harmonies and it'd be nice to hear those voices cover a Beach Boys track, may I recommend you give the Savannahs a listen.
|Dom Fariq of the Emperors of Rome|
|Emperors of Rome at the Camden, Monarch|
|The Savannahs sing in harmony. Camden Monarch|