Out of habit he took the binoculars and starting on his left, tracked along the horizon. The dark made it hard to make out anything of interest and he flipped the switch to enable an infrared filter. Nothing. As he ran along the horizon the infrared made dull viewing and […]
The sky was filled by a blanket of black cloud. It was always this way since the flash. Arthur sat on the plastic garden chair and looked to the dark horizon. He lazily scanned the fields and knew he wouldn’t see anything, he never did during the watch at last […]
Now that everyone has a smartphone in their pocket, be it berry, i, or droid, everyone also has the ability to knock out quick, half decent photos. Now, I’m all for more people taking good photos and personally I love photo feed apps like Instagram, tumblr and pheed, however…. What […]
A have recently been lucky enough to have been the best man at the wedding of my good friend Graham. It was a fantastic day followed by a somewhat drunken evening followed by a somewhat painful morning…. The day after the wedding we did manage to get ourselves out of […]
Just a quick one, autumn is here and it’s pouring down with rain of course! Time to chill out and enjoy the fact that my garden in getting a good watering. 😉
I went to take some photos of my brother in law doing one of his ‘Five Great British Swims’ in the Royal Victoria docks in London. When we arrived we were surprised to find the train station not filled with swimmers as expected, but instead filled with Mario, Luigi, Harry […]
Many years ago I lived for a short while in an amazing apartment in Barcelona. In the middle of town, myself and my friend Dario. We had no plans really. He wanted to get a job, I wanted to learn Spanish and basically not be in England for a while. […]
Here it is, the totally revamped thedailycapture.com website! It’s been a long time coming and although I’m sad to see the old site go, I think it had to – so now to the future! The old site ran a very customised version of pixelpost, which is now pretty much […]
Looking up into a tower. I found it a bit disorientating, which i think comes through in the photo.
Down on the south coast in the cold and rain.