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As the sun sinks slowly into the reeds on the
Kenai peninsula, Alaska, and the Red Arrows
settle down for a hot cocoa and an early night
and the boats at Felixstowe Ferry are tied up
to collect more rain overnight and the Butt
and Oyster at Pin Mill calls "Time, gentlemen,
please", we say farewell to the work of one
Mike Howlett, ex-medical and industrial
photographer, sheet-metal worker, postman,
draughtsman, cinema projectionist, IT
engineer, unemployed layabout, bus conductor, mini-cab driver and lighting cameraman.
Of the pictures on this site, some are old but still relevant, some have been improved
with a judicious crop, a fair number have been tweaked one way or another, and many
others will be of little interest to those who weren't there at the time. I hope you have
enjoyed looking at these, my 'babies' of many years collecting; I wish I had another
lifetime in which to do it all over again and get better at it.
I once saw a Turner in the National Gallery in London that almost reduced me to tears.
It was just a swirl of colour and tone, light and dark, thick paint and thin, but with no
identifying features or objects within it. And yet it was unmistakably Venice. When a
photographer can do that, his skill will have truly become an art form.
As the sun sinks slowly into the reeds on the Kenai peninsula, Alaska, and the Red Arrows
settle down for a hot cocoa and an early night and the boats at Felixstowe Ferry are tied up
to collect more rain overnight and the Butt and Oyster at Pin Mill calls "Time, gentlemen,
please", we say farewell to the work of one Mike Howlett, ex-medical and industrial
photographer, sheet-metal worker, postman, draughtsman, cinema projectionist, IT
engineer, unemployed layabout, bus conductor, mini-cab driver and lighting cameraman.
Of the pictures on this site, some are old but still relevant, some have been improved with
a judicious crop, a fair number have been tweaked one way or another, and many others
will be of little interest to those who weren't there at the time. I hope you have enjoyed
looking at these, my 'babies' of many years collecting; I wish I had another lifetime in which
to do it all over again and get better at it.
I once saw a Turner in the National Gallery in London that almost reduced me to tears. It
was just a swirl of colour and tone, light and dark, thick paint and thin, but with no
identifying features or objects within it. And yet it was unmistakably Venice. When a
photographer can do that, his skill will have truly become an art form.
As the sun sinks slowly into the reeds on the Kenai
peninsula, Alaska, and the Red Arrows settle down
for a hot cocoa and an early night and the boats at
Felixstowe Ferry are tied up to collect more rain
overnight and the Butt and Oyster at Pin Mill calls
"Time, gentlemen, please", we say farewell to the
work of one Mike Howlett, ex-medical and
industrial photographer, sheet-metal worker,
postman, draughtsman, cinema projectionist, IT
engineer, unemployed layabout, bus conductor,
mini-cab driver and lighting cameraman. Of the pictures on this site, some are old but still
relevant, some have been improved with a judicious crop, a fair number have been tweaked
one way or another, and many others will be of little interest to those who weren't there at
the time. I hope you have enjoyed looking at these, my 'babies' of many years collecting; I wish
I had another lifetime in which to do it all over again and get better at it.
I once saw a Turner in the National Gallery in London that almost reduced me to tears. It was
just a swirl of colour and tone, light and dark, thick paint and thin, but with no identifying
features or objects within it. And yet it was unmistakably Venice. When a photographer can
do that, his skill will have truly become an art form.

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As the sun sinks slowly into the reeds on the Kenai peninsula, Alaska, and the Red Arrows settle down for a hot cocoa and an early night and the boats at Felixstowe Ferry are tied up to collect more rain overnight and the Butt and Oyster at Pin Mill calls "Time, gentlemen, please", we say farewell to the work of one Mike Howlett, ex-medical and industrial photographer, sheet-metal worker, postman, draughtsman, cinema projectionist, IT engineer, unemployed layabout, bus conductor, mini-cab driver and lighting cameraman.  Of the pictures on this site, some are old but still relevant, some have been improved with a judicious crop, a fair number have been tweaked one way or another, and many others will be of little interest to those who weren't there at the time. I hope you have enjoyed looking at these, my 'babies' of many years collecting; I wish I had another lifetime in which to do it all over again and get better at it.   

I once saw a Turner in the National Gallery in London that almost reduced me to tears.  It was just a swirl of colour and tone, light and dark, thick paint and thin, but with no identifying features or objects within it. And yet it was unmistakably Venice.  When a photographer can do that, his skill will have truly become an art form.
Float-mounted within a narrow photographic border and a smart black frame.

Float-mounted within a narrow photographic border and a smart black frame.

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