Author Archives: camillaskye
I bought a new camera bag recently. There was nothing wrong with my old bag, really, but the hip strap no longer fits around my expanding girth and I needed something to carry my gear around Hong Kong in, while … Continue reading
Time, tilting away from the solstice, sends us headlong into autumn. Summer slipping out gracefully. Rice ripens, nights cool. It’s been a busy summer, and I’m just coming up for air, surfacing to say I’m still here. Nikon D700. 1/200s … Continue reading
Having written a lot of copy for a travel company that specialized in Japan, there are a lot of places I know about but have never been. Kenrokuen Garden was one of these. A lot of our recent trip around … Continue reading
Nikon D700. 20s at f32, 80mm, ISO100. There’s something about the ocean. Maybe it’s because I spent my childhood summers beside it, listening to the waves breaking on the rocks, watching the tide roll in, looking in tidepools and exploring … Continue reading
including monkeys. There will be more to come, but like all journeys it may take a while to digest, to turn into something. Nikon D700. 1/1600 at f9, 125mm, ISO 1000.
Nikon D700. 1/8 at f40, 220mm, ISO 800. Rainy weekends sometimes seem like a disappointment: there are no bright sunrises, no light streaming through the trees, no mountain peaks reaching up into the sky. But grey skies make colours more … Continue reading