My passion for photography began when I was about ten. I was given the gift of a photography book;
'TIME - Big Book of London'. Almost every image in that book intrigued me, from Big Ben to the Beef eaters, the massive dinosaur skeletons in the Natural History Museum to the Pearly king's and queens, the big black door of 10 Downing Street to a homeless man sleeping on a bench in Hyde Park with his black and white cat. Over the years I knew every page of that book, and although I was too young to understand what many of the images represented I loved the immense range of feelings they gave me.
Since then I've been learning how to capture images to try to convey similar feelings. I'd like to share some of my favourite photographs with you and hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I've enjoyed taking them.
All of the images are available to buy as prints or digital downloads. I hope to add
images over the years and bring to you some of the amazing people, places and objects I see.
Jim Divine - January 2018