Monthly Archives: March 2012

As part of a series of images that were used for SAFC’s season ticket campaign, I managed to catch a few snaps of some random characters. Along with manager Martin o’neill I grabbed some great shots of George Forster; a guy in charge of the supporters association… he certainly has a few stories to tell.

A few snaps of my good friend Brendan… pretty boy!

A few random shots captured whilst nosing around a small woodland area just North of Loch Ard in Scotland. Spent an hour or so snapping these few shots.

A sample from a few long exposures I shot whilst exploring the shores of Loch Linnhe. The torrential rain and wind did cause a few problems with my camera and lensesbut some of the results were interesting none the less.

Having had the pleasure of travelling up through Glencoe some time ago, I was presented with the opportunity of grabbing some shots of it’s fantastic landscape. The weather wasn’t kind, however that did result in some dramatic shots.

I experimented with some ND filters on my camera some time ago. The filter allowed me to shoot at much slower shutter speeds in daylight. These shots were taken at high and low force, in Teesdale over a period of around 15-20 seconds at quite small apertures.

One of a series of shots taken some time ago on a misty beach in Seaham, northeast UK. Mist was rolling in from the sea causing some interesting light effects with the low sun.

I managed to gain access to some abandoned offices in Newcastle city centre some time ago. The floors I had a chance to explore were still under construction but presented some quality photographic opportunities. The offices in the lower floor were untouched since the mid 1960’s however I never did get the chance to go back.


Welcome to weedonder; an online record of photographic exploits from my good self Mr Paul Hollingworth. Over the coming months and years my intention is to populate these pages with any random imagery, stories or inspirational material that I happen to stumble upon whilst dondering around. Oh, and a huge thanks to my good friend Brendan who inspired me to create this blog and also a certain Mr C Hutton for it’s fine title.

Wish me luck!

A damn fine camera