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 looked like we’d came down
CHERYL WILLIAMS, 53, LONGWOOD | Sharon Henry
“That picture was taken 33 years ago, I was 20 then. In those days you had to go look for small wood for the next morning so you could get up and light the fire for tea or
MODEL CITIZEN WITH THE LONDON LOOK | Sharon Henry
Besides the ability to shoot fashion, Darrin’s photography skills include the dexterity to fashion a set of gobos from cereal boxes using scissors and sticky tape. We’re on a street photo shoot in London Bridge
THE BEST THING ABOUT CAPE TOWN IS | Sharon Henry
Cape Town is home to a diverse mix of 3.74 million people and together with the stunning scenery, amazing wildlife and remarkable history it oozes culture with plenty of attitude.
Strolling along the beach at Sea Point and manoeuvring through the bustle of Long Street
SPEAKING MY LANGUAGE IN TURKEY | Darrin Henry
When we travel people always ask if we speak other languages. Although the answer is “no, just English,” really, that’s not completely true.
Today on the streets of Istanbul, my international language of ‘football’ helped me out, yet again.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ST HELENA | Darrin Henry
St Helena Day is 21 May, our island birthday, commemorating the date in 1502 when Portugese sailor, Joa Da Nova, stumbled across this little uninhabited, Atlantic outcrop.
As you might expect, 21 May is a public holiday on St Helena, and celebrations are always held.
THE CITY WHERE EXERCISE IS CULTURE | Darrin Henry
Watching people doing early morning exercise in Hanoi on the Hồ Hoàn Kiếm Lake is a phenomenon we’ll never forget.
There’s a crazy little thing photographers tend to do; set the alarm for stupid o’clock to
These Ain’t No April Fool’s Jokes | Sharon Henry
They say laughter is the best medicine and we’ve had a few a good doses during our travels, dispensed in the form of funny street signage and other peculiarities at different places we’ve visited.
The Shops And Keepers Behind The Counter | Sharon Henry
As a young child I remember running errands to buy hot, fresh bread from the town bakers, waiting for a quarter pound of cheese to be cut and balance-weighed to order and buying single cigarettes
Cyril Legg, 74, Farmer, Levelwood | Sharon Henry
“I used to work in the flax mill sorting flax at Woody Ridge until I damaged my hand. It got chopped across the knuckles with a sickle, accidentally. After all these years I still can’t bend my fist.