Very quick update, as much because I have posted anything in months. I have recently created a Facebook page, which I am used to show case a few of my very favourite Photos. Please do check it out! [bk_social icon=”facebook” text=”Photography By Phil Priston” link=”https://www.facebook.com/PhilPristonPhotos” target=”_blank” /]Photography By Phil Priston
Most people start to get the impression that winter is on its way out in March. This year, the weather fairies seem to have flipped a switch on the 1st March and immediately cheered everyone up with a bit of sunshine. It’s interesting though, even when one would say the weather is improving, some people… Continue reading Has Spring Sprung?
A month into 2015 and we’ve had maybe a flurry of snow, the English weather is as non-descriptive as it always is in the southeast. This doesn’t seem to matter to our local train service, whose ineptitude knows no bounds. I have just spent an hour stood on a frozen(ish) platform, seen all trains into my… Continue reading January Favourites
Spending time on the beach in the winter is not necessarily something I have done in the past. Jarvis has given us the ideal excuse to pull on warm clothing boots and gloves and go for lovely strolls by the sea at weekends. Taken during January, Jarvis and his BFF Cookie paused for a moment… Continue reading Puppy Love
At which point does a person have to put their hand up and say, “OK I am a fan”? I have seen the Rivals 3 times, each closely timed to the release of a new album; all of which still get regular listens among my, generally, eclectic collection of iTunes and Spotify playlists. Do I qualify as a… Continue reading Rival Sons at the Scala, London
Another bank holiday weekend and a Sunday which offered a bit of sunshine and great company. Yesterday I had the wonderful opportunity to reconnect with someone from my childhood, someone I haven’t seen in more than passing for 20 years. This part of Kent has a strange pull on the people who grow up here.… Continue reading Blean Woods & Stupidity
Another bank holiday has passed us by and I got the opportunity to give my camera a rare outing. A local band, “Kellys Heros” was playing in the East Kent Pub, just round the corner from where I am now living, So I figure this would be an ideal excuse to remind myself of just… Continue reading Bank Holiday Music