Monday, 19 September 2016


Patterns in the sand - taken a while ago and printed a while ago too.  They look toned as well, sepia most likely but can't quite remember now.  I might even have posted them before, truth be told.  Hard to believe but this place passed its second birthday a couple of days ago.  For those of you still listening, thanks for stopping by.

You'd think by now I'd have something decent to talk about, eh?  And show.

Portstewart Strand, or part of it.  On Kentmere paper I suspect and some Ilford film.

Posts might be few and far between for the next wee while, on account of the fact that Mrs NE Liberties finds herself inside the local hospital, hooked up to various monitors and drips and what-have-you.  Gallstones.  Very painful ones.  And an infection/fever to match, which they have to get under control before they decide what do with the stones.  So camera&darkroom work has not been foremost in my mind this last week - making sure Missy gets to school with a clean uniform and that there is food on the table in the evening has been, along with trips back and forth to the hospital.  Where's Mrs Doubtfire when you need her?

You'll understand, I know, if all I get to do is post the odd snap from The Archives for a week or two.

Another one of sand patterns, from Portstewart again.  Apparently it's just been named 'Best beach in the UK'.  Well, of course we all knew that already - right? :)


  1. I'm sorry to hear your wife is ill. I hope she's better soon, and your lives return to normal.

  2. Sorry to hear that, Michael. Me too am crossing fingers for a quick and not painful at all, recovery. All the best to you and your family, and take care, mate! We know where to find this place when anything new is posted anyway.