The Super Blood Wolf Moon seen from Burnley, Lancashire , January 2019.
On that day we have a beautiful blue sky. Perfect day for a walk with the camera, after we claim to the top of Pendle Hill we knew that won’t be long because a massive rainy clouds formation coming from the
Three shots from Bury on rainy Friday afternoon. April – 2018. UK
It was difficult to get a shot of the moon between the tree branches, after couple missed shots finally I got it . All done with Nikon D7200 with Nikon AF-P 70-300mm.
March 2018. Burnley. UK
Running free. Burnley. Lancashire. UK. April 2018.
Leaves in spring. Lancashire, UK. 2018.
Camera Nikon D3300 with Nikon 12-24mm lens.
Evening in Manchester 5th April 2018. UK
A view on Pendle Hill and frozen canal Leeds – Liverpool. Burnley. UK. 2018.
On early September, I was invited by Dr. Alethea Melling to the International Paulo Freire Conference in Larnaca, Cyprus organized by the Freire Institute and the University of Central Lancashire. It was related to my study Community and Leadership on University of Central Lancashire, and also I have pleasure to be the photographer of the event.
The conference was on the theme of ‘Education and Global Transitions’ and include the following sub-themes: Education with Migrant and Transient Communities, Gender and Education, Popular Education Theory and Practice, Education and Development, Social Media, Technology and Culture, Inequality and the Commodification of Education.
It was great time for me thanks to Dr. Alethea Melling, Paul Wilkinson, UCLAN and Paulo Freire institute staff members.
Here a some photographs from the event:
Jeremy Corbyn visiting Jamia Mosque Sultania in Brierfield. UK August 2017.
Not my thing photographing politicians or that kind of photography;) but I have opportunity to shot a UK Labour Party leader visiting a Mosque near where I live.
A lot of people, everyone with mobile cameras, just a few photographers with mirrorless cameras, and me with my Nikon, after all I’ve notice that tall guy in red-top trying to quiet me:)
All thanks to my friend Imran; who called me just a few minutes before Jeremy Corbyn arrived in Brieirfield.
New photgraphy experience, good lesson, but I think I will stick with landscapes 🙂