Self composed

High Street portrait

© Miles Pilling

After years as a roaming photographic biped, these days I take most of my photos from a mobility scooter. I’m disabled after developing motor neurone disease, but I’m determined that won’t stop me enjoying my passion for capturing life through a lens.

Click on the pages in the site menus for my story and more of my pictures, and do visit again soon. The site is regularly updated.

 This candid was taken on an Olympus OMD EM1 with 12-40 f2.8 lens

Miles 🙂

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3 Comments

    1. Thanks for the compliment Tim. I’m hoping as I take more images, they might turn into an exploration of disability in society as much as about the photos in their own right. The angle of view can seem child-like. Little children notice me before their parents, which can be nice – and it’s interesting that some people seem to hesitate before speaking to me – as if they are embarrassed. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

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