Sometimes black & white is the only way to capture an image that shows what I am looking at. As I become more practised, I find that I am increasingly gravitating towards it. I don't think it's just because I cannot handle colour - sometimes the colours just seem to distract from the story.
I feel into diving on a whim and then inexorably down the rabbit hole of underwater photography. I found that I loved diving and the challenges of underwater photography in those days (shooting on film) were huge.
My father was the CO of the hospital in Fort Churchill for a time. These are some of the images that I have rescued. Time has not treated them well but I think they are a fascinating record of a place and time that has changed in many ways.
I love going to airshows, having seemingly missed out in my childhood. Airshows in New Zealand are a whole 'nother thing. You can get closer to the action and the opportunities for photgraphy are outstanding.