I prefer taking photographs of buildings, street scenes and landscapes rather than people. In 1986, I decided I really needed an SLR camera with telephoto and wide angle lenses. I opted for a Zenith because it was the most affordable - the lenses cost almost twice as much as the camera! However I liked it very much and took about 2400 photos with it.

On this page are  some of  the photos,  taken with this camera, that I particularly like.

Clockwise from the right: The Millennium Dome (2000); the R. Ribble  in  spate (1999);  Mullion

Cove from the veranda of the holiday home we rented many times (1996); Battersea Power Station from the top of Westminster Cathedral (1997); our dog Jake in the snow at Ribchester (1996); Bradda Head from Port Erin on the Isle of Man (1986); Jill on holiday at Polzeath, Cornwall (1990); Canary Wharf (1993).