Entries by Paul Perton

The Stockholm sojourn

  Saturday evening – Stockholm. A few minutes before 18:00 and it’s all but dark. Our last evening in the city; tomorrow, we’ll use the Arlanda Express to whisk us to the airport to check in and by 15:00-odd should be airborne en route back to Cape Town.               […]

Ottering in Oslo

  As I mentioned in last week’s post, we were supposed to be flown from London to Oslo by Ryanair last Saturday. Needless to say that was €300 down the toilet and I won’t be making that mistake again.   The vile Irishman might have chosen to indirectly punish us even further, as our self-funded […]

Travelling – the London Leg

  Photo giant, Pete Turner’s death a couple of weeks ago both reminded and encouraged me to look at what I was/am shooting a bit differently. I’m no lover of super saturated colours, but a little tweaking never hurt anyone. Right?   Plus, I find the Fuji cameras I prefer when travelling produce spectacular colour, […]


  Our couple of days in Lusaka last weekend brought me face-to-face with many readers of this blog, all of whom nagged at me because I hadn’t posted anything for months.   Almost. Eleven. Months. The last post was from Tokyo, early in our extended stay en route home from the US in November 2016. […]

Tokyo colour

  Hotel-bound. Crocked.   I’m not feeling too sharp today, so I’m contenting myself with a feet-up (literally) day off, some editing and watching South Africa and Australia battle it out in Perth, via Cricinfo’s ball-by-ball coverage.         I’ve been shooting lots of Tokyo-ites in black and white since arriving, but this […]