Month: July 2015

The Power Of The Movies

Visited the Army Flying School Museum where I came across this rather startling, if not sinister, item on display. I suspect this will spring to mind the next time I watch a Star Wars movie. (just click on the photo to enlarge it enough to […]

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An Inspired Purchase

I know, I know, I seem to have have gone posting crazy today, but its a catch up session if you like? Maybe its the new spec’s… I can see more clearly now! I was up in London recently, so popped along to Foyle’s Bookshop. […]

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Immediate Impressions

I was down on the banks of the River Hamble, the other day, and noticed this fallen tree. My immediate thought was that it looked like a giant Praying Mantis. So I couldn’t resist checking out the angles of view available and giving it a […]

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Storm Clouds Gather

Took my bicycle out into the New Forest, the other night, and was amazed to see this cloud formation to the west, on my return. The surprise was because I was cycling east at the time. I was so tired/unobservant when packing my bike back […]

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A Blustery Day

I must confess I do love experimenting with long exposures. Never really tried it until investing in a decent camera and tripod a couple of years ago. What I enjoyed about shooting this Silver Birch in my back garden was how it revealed the range of […]

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Early Learning For Photographers

My grandson works on his skills among the Redwoods of Centre Parcs, Longleat. Very brave of his mom to let him borrow her Sony Alpha! I seem to remember starting out a little later in life with a camera from a jumble sale (garage sale). […]

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