B&W CHALLENGE – DAY 5: Dairy Ice Cream

Actually shot more in the Summer on a busy Saturday at Whitby Abbey, somehow holds a slight “December” feel.

This is my last “Post a B&W photo each day for five days and nominate a new soul each day to do the same”, so apologies if you wanted to do it, but didn’t get nominated, you will have to self nominate (it doesn’t make you go blind)! 

Today I was going to nominate my old friend Judy. Great and wonderful agitprop pictures, solid and committed photographer and socialist, queen of pinhole too but she had been nominated by Vassa. This is the problem with whoever devised this project. I thought Judy would be able to follow the Englishness of the scene in my shot, so, rather than try and find a second choice to Judy, I have opted to nominate someone with a completely different style and approach, so Carla Gradiski, it’s you.



I am a photographer and photography teacher working in the editorial field and fine art area. I have a range of specialisms including animal and environmental photography, landscape and documentary, and portraiture. I teach in all these areas as well as in both analogue (film) and digital media including darkroom and Photoshop post production. I teach both in colleges and community based projects, but can also offer one-to-one teaching. I wrote the IOS, Android and Amazon Fire app to help calculate fractions of a stop when darkroom printing, follow tab to details. Use the Contact page of my main website to get in touch.

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