LOYAL & UNSHAKEABLE TO THE VERY END | Sharon Henry A flotilla of 19 boats circles the hull of the RMS St Helena like a group of excited schoolkids frolicking at the heels of their favourite teacher. It’s a highly
A RIGHT SHAMBLES IN THE CITY | Sharon Henry The city of York is Olde England incarnate; cobbled lanes, crooked timber buildings and multi-paned shop windows that oozes old-fashioned charm. In fact, window shopping in the historic city is just
TREVOR MAGELLAN, 85, BRIARS | Sharon Henry “It took me about two weeks to make my first guitar. “When I was a boy about 16-17 (1948-49), one of my closest friends Herman Anderson was given a nice Brazilian guitar.
RMS SOUNDTRACK OF MAGIC MEMORIES | Darrin Henry I can’t believe how sad I feel. After a lifetime of sea travel, here we are savouring our last voyage on the RMS St Helena, bidding farewell to a vital part of our
BRISTOL’S AMAZING STREET ART GALLERY | Sharon Henry Love it or hate it, there’s no more in-your-face art than street art, so on this 25 October, International Artist Day which honours artists’ contribution to society, we are celebrating the specialists with
LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE IN TURKEY | Sharon Henry The devious con-artist clearly had a nose for fresh meat as we fell prey to a scam on our first day out in Turkey, shooting street photography in Istanbul. Maybe we
VISIT YORK, THEY’RE MORE FRIENDLY UP NORTH | Sharon Henry Once considered 'boring' the City of York today is anything but, thriving with pubs, tea rooms and restaurants to water and feed the millions entering its medieval walls for a spot
MORE THAN A MILLENNIUM DOME | Darrin Henry The Hagia Sofia museum in Istanbul, Turkey, is a treasure trove of photographic possibilities; a stunning architectural fantasy of a building filled with light and shadow gliding softly across the ancient marble surfaces.
52 STEPS BACK TO CONSTANTINOPLE | Darrin Henry As man-made water reservoirs go, the Basilica Cistern in Istanbul, Turkey, known also as the ‘Yerebatan Cistern,’ is probably one of the most amazing. Hidden below the ancient city of Constantinople, now Istanbul