I thought a little abstract long exposure would be a good idea – considering I had lost the light by the time I arrived at my location. This is an old wind tower… Continue reading
Out for a walk today along the Worcester and Birmingham Canal, near Tardebigge, and I thought I’d try a little experimentation – just trying something different. I saw the little jetty on the… Continue reading
I’m going through the slow process of moving my Aperture images into Lightroom. I tried the automated way using Lightrooms built in importer, but that didn’t work for me as it crashed. The… Continue reading
When I’m out walking, every so often I would come across a small pile of stones on top of a fence post or gate post, or sometimes on top of a trig point.… Continue reading
When conditions are right, with low sun and even lower cloud, look for tree cover because you are likely to find a scene like this. I took this image in the Peak District… Continue reading
Architecturally, Manchester is a city of huge contrasts, where you will find classic 18th and 19th century sandstone mock gothic edifices right next to modern steel and glass rectangular boxes. Photographically, it means… Continue reading
Golden in the early morning sun. and reflected in the still water of the Droitwich Canal, a wall of reeds shields the towpath alongside the canal. It was colder than it looked this… Continue reading
A combination of a strong, low, April sun and a fence on a slope caused me to go all abstract. Although the sun was strong, a tripod was required to steady the shot.