Blog - Lee Davey

I am told by my young and trendy friends, as well as the more worldly-wise and mature ones, that every website these days needs a blog......apparently this has been the case since the early  21st Century!  Therefore,  I shall join the club and have one here.   It will be for some of the photographic work I have been doing, both professional, but also personal.  I'll do my best to keep it up to date and make it relevant - in fact the more I think about it, the more I am looking forward to it. 

Actually, now I am thinking about it, I would really appreciate any ideas you have about what you'd like to see on here.  You don't have to be a paying client ( of course if you are I love you even more), but you might want to set me a project or photographic challenge.  This will be good for me too.  If you have any thoughts, send them on my 'contact me' page and I might take you up on it.........erm, but I might not.

Flowers & leaves November 2018

Over the last few days I have been doing some project work to produce some floral and leaf images, including some slightly abstract ones. I hope you like them.

Play it man! October 2018

A recent entry in a black & white photographic competition

Lovely & rusty

September 26th 2018


Apart from taking photos, another of my loves is classic Volkswagens: so it seems obvious suddenly that I should photograph them more often.......I'm a bit slow on the uptake.   These were actually taken a while back at a VW show I went to with my daughter who was 17 at the time. She is now 19, so if you won't necessarily need a mathematics degree to work out how long it has taken me to upload them.   For the uninitiated, they are rusty on purpose! I know -crazy!!!  it's a bit like marmite- you either love it or hate it- I LOOOVVVVVEEEEE it! (and marmite).  it's known as 'rat-look'.  The rust is actually treated and protected, and although they really do look like rust buckets, the vehicles will normally have immaculate floorpans and quite often, but not always, high performance race engines.  The owners will always have put hours and hours in to getting the look just right and will be very proud of their cars/vans/things.   The worse thing you can say to a rat-look owner is "when ya' going to paint it?"

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