This is the home page of my photo-blog. For more details or to hire me, see the page entitled – “About Chris Wormald” or visit my web site at http://www.chriswormald.co.uk or contact me by email – email@example.com
Please do not use any of the images or any part of the text on any page, without negotiating a fee.
Magical Gough’s Cave, Cheddar Gorge, Somerset – from the page “Underground Beauty and Cheese”
Red Cabbage Songs – a series.
Photography has been, and continues to be, my way of life. I started at 14 and I am now 67 – so I think it is fair to say that I have given it a try.
Penzance Harbour, Cornwall, UK – XT10 23mm
Look at my nostalgic page of Cornish subjects.
River Lyner, early morning tide.
Please explore the pages on the right and feel free to make any comments.
Images from my FUJI XE1 (and recently, the XE2 and XT10 and now the X-PRO2), feature in many pages below. Plus thoughts about 3 years with the XE1 and a page about 2 years with the X100, the little gems that I have used during the last five years.
Yes – I admit to being a Fuji camera addict!
An interior of the stunning La Cigale, turn of the century brasserie in Nantes, France. From my newest page.
Taken with the X-PRO2 using the ACROS + red filter monochrome setting.
XE2 35mm f2
XT10 23mm f1.4
Her duty done.
Cornish music session. Fuji XT10 23mm
Trengwainton Gardens, Cornwall, UK
Above link to the first of the pages of text and images about my native land, I just wish I could be there more often than I do now.
Pitcher Plant, Nantes. XE2 35mm f2
From the page – “Monochrome Thoughts” – my backward glance at half a century of commitment to photography.
The biomes in winter, Eden Project, St Austell, Cornwall.
From my page Eden in Winter
“All together in the Floral Dance”
Snowboat to Nowhere Winter 2012/3, Cambridge, UK – from the page “One Cambridge Winter”
Magic of the Broads
Look at this page for more Norfolk shots –
Signature of the Goddess.
Wind turbines add 21st century drama to the Cornish landscape.
Meditation on the lack of Green- (from my Fuji XE2 page).
Rue Froide – from the page – Time in Caen.
For Editorial and Architectural work please look at the pages “An English Country House”, “21st Century London”, “Bristol – A great city for pictures” – or look at my website.
The Great Flat Lode near Redruth has a huge amount of accessible mining heritage ruins.
From the page “Cornish Mining – thoughts and pictures” shot on the XE1.
Lastly, a photo from my favourite three pages on this blog, images and text about Tiruvannamalai, a town in Tamil Nadu, nestling under the mountain of Arunachala. Sacred to followers of Lord Shiva and devotees of Ramana.
The big Shiva Temple in Tiruvannamalai is the start of the Pradakshina around Arunachala, Tamil Nadu, India