I met a photographer the other day, and paid him the gravest insult imaginable by making some completely inane remark about how many weddings he must have to attend every year. Sorry, Charlie. It did, however, provoke me into looking at my own mediocre photographic archives - everyone's a David Bailey since pixellation and Microsoft. I'm fascinated by the differences between the man-made and naturally occurring - the man-made having a fractal clumsiness while the natural has a breadth and sweep of detail which makes the man- made look half-finished. A couple of images illustrate the point, shot with my very own Kodak EasyShare V803. There was unfortunately a brewing storm, which rather took away the sharpness and the feel of Lego bricks that I wanted. The bottom shot is of an Oxfordshire wall.