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Latest post from Christine Widdall · 11M ago

Arthropods (mini beasts)

This summer has been very frustrating in terms the small numbers of insects and other mini beasts around here. It has been so very cool and wet…until last week that is. Only in the last few ...
Latest post from Christine Widdall · 1Y ago

A Favourite Place

We all have places that we love to photograph and for me, one of those places is Salford Quays, which I have captured on many occasions over the years at roughly two year intervals. Last wee...
Latest post from Christine Widdall · 1Y ago

The Secret Life of Squirrels

Did you ever wonder what squirrels are doing when they are not digging holes in your garden or finding cunning ways to break into your bird feeders? Well, down in the deepest, darkest, most ...
Latest post from Christine Widdall · 1Y ago

To leave or not to leave…that is the question

Britannia I have a surrealism project on the go, one of the regular “challenges” that we set at our photo club, Oldham Photographic Society. We began to set these challenges about three year...
Latest post from Christine Widdall · 1Y ago

The PSA/FIAP/PAGB Nature Rules

The PSA/FIAP/PAGB Nature Rules As a member of the L&CPU Executive and a PAGB judge, I often get asked to interpret the nature rules that have been generally adopted by a number of bodies who...
Latest post from Christine Widdall · 1Y ago

Le Weekend

Last weekend’s photography started early Saturday morning. My friends, who know I am not an early riser, will be surprised that I was up just after 5 am and on the road, with two photographe...
Latest post from Christine Widdall · 1Y ago

Saddleworth Brass Band Contest

I don’t think of myself as a street photographer, but when the opportunity arises, anything goes as far as photography is concerned. Inspired by my friend Kerstin Arnemann, whose monochrome ...
Latest post from Christine Widdall · 1Y ago

New Doodle

Just for variety, here is a little doodle I did tonight…which was a nice change from shooting birds and wee beasties. The stages of making this image are at my Adobe Behance site: chriswidda...
Latest post from Christine Widdall · 1Y ago

Canada Goose

The Canada Goose is often described as a nuisance since it has bred so prolifically in our public parks and gardens. But we had great pleasure in watching a family of geese at Dunham Massey ...
Latest post from Christine Widdall · 1Y ago

Lancashire and Cheshire Individuals’ Competitions 2016

Last weekend I was defending my Photographer of the Year position of 2015 at the L&CPU Individuals’ Competition. This award is achieved by entering all the section of the competitions with f...