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Kentoony's About Page

Kentoony > Kentoony's About Page
Kentoony
Name
Brian Jarvie
Country
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Website
Photographer Level
Enthusiast
Photographic Interests
Wildlife / Nature
Architecture
Close-up / Macro
Flowers & Plants
General
Landscape / Travel
Portraits / People
Sports / Action
Specialist / Abstract
Transport
Photo Journalism
Pets / Captive animals
Humour / Fun
Street Photography
Night / Low Light
Still Life
Join Date
6 Oct 2011 - 7:22 PM
Last Login Date
10 Sep 2013 - 7:08 PM
Favourite Photographer
Andy Rouse & my Dad who taught me a great deal.
Favourite Book
Fly Fishing by J R Hartley
Favourite Record
Going Home by Mark Knopfler
Favourite Film
Pretty Woman, Green Mile, Shawshank Redemption
Favourite Word
Numpty
Favourite Drink
Gin & Tonic with ice and slice
Favourite Food
Chicken Shaslik, Paella, Fillet Steak, Eaton Mess
Favourite Location
Nth Yorkshire
Favourite Flower
Oriental Lilly
Favourite Colour
Red
Favourite Gadget
My iPhone
Welcome to my portfolio page, I hope you like my taste in photography and that my images leave you with at least some small impression in your mind. I don't wish to change the world, just maybe the way we look at it.

About Me

Born In Glasgow Scotland, moved to London with a Rock Band, Bombed at that and got a job, still living in London after 46 years and now with Jacquie my partner and working for local Govmnt. When we retire were off to Nth Yorkshire for some fresh air, peace and quiet. The rest as they say, watch this space.
25 years ago I scratched a living from lugging around a billingham bag full of 2 Nikon FE bodies and accompanying lenses etc. This was in the days of film and light meters, ahhh the good old days, sadly I had to take up a proper job to keep myself alive. Now as I rapidly approach retirement I find myself getting drawn back to photography, but now with a lifetime of experiences behind me. Only time will tell if I've remembered anything of that past life.