Black and white photograph of shadows and the number 12. Captured at Hobbs point in Pembroke Dock.
No structure, even an artificial one, enjoys the process of entropy. It is the ultimate fate of everything, and everything resists it.
A glimmer of light cannot truly be seen without much that is dark...
A barbed wire fence captured at Hobs Point in Pembroke Dock.
A dark corridor at Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire.
A tarp in Pembroke Dock.
One of the many corridors at Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire.
A red wall, gate and shadow.
A wall divided by two lines catching the afternoon sun in Pembroke Dock.
A wall and shadows in Pembroke Dock.
Shapes and Shadows
Fuses boxes in Pennar.
A telegraph pole in Pembroke Dock.
The Cable, the Wall and the Sky
Wide angle photograph of a large steel cable and a rough stone wall.
The rare and seldom seen Pembrokeshire Mushroom. Spotted on the coast path in Pembroke Dock.
Rope and Post
At the end of the coast path in Pembroke Dock is this battered old fence. Captured with my Nikon 35mm Prime Lens.
The remains of basketball hoop in a small local park. Photograph taken in Pennar, Pembroke Dock.
Abstract double exposure featuring a house.
A close up photo of a slide catching the morning sun.
The Wall and the Shadow
The outside of a large warehouse in Pembroke Dock.
The Light Beyond the Shed
A gritty urban black and white photo of a house and shed at sunrise.
Black and White Shed
Black and white photograph of a shipping container disguised as a shed.
Black and white urban landscape - Light and Dark
Black and white urban landscape featuring the South Pembrokeshire Golf Course.
Black and White lines and shadows
This image was taken on a bright sunny morning. The subject is an odd, industrial looking square goalpost.
A roundabout captured on a bright sunny morning.
A slide captured on a bright sunny morning.
The Dark Slide
A close-up photograph of a slide.