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Dave_Henderson....... when I woke to the alarm at 0245 and when peering out of the window was greeted with a decent sky. Got dressed, had a coffee, filled the flask, then off to Newbiggin. Chased a few rabbits off the cycle track on the way. On arrival out came the compact to take this shot for Ken. ...

13/06/2013 - 5:34 PM

365 - 6 .... Digital art.....

Dave_Henderson........ or manipulation? When on the beach during the early hours of Tuesday taking shots of this piece of driftwood, I managed to get my feet soaked again as the incoming surf loosened the sand I was standing on and I started to submerge below water level. Always pick a hard surface for the eq...

06/06/2013 - 2:14 PM

The early bird-6

Dave_HendersonThe forecast said drizzle,. undeterred still set the alarm for 0300, when wakening made a coffee and filled the flask then off to Newbiggin listening to the blackbird singing competition along the way. On arrival parked up the bike in the crevice between two WWII tank blocks that still remain on the...

04/06/2013 - 11:41 AM

The early bird........ disaster

Dave_HendersonWas awake before the alarm went off..... spent an hour drinking coffee and web browsing. Set off for Newbiggin at 0315. Patchy fog on the way but on arrival the beach was clear. Out came the gear then when trying to put the camera onto the tripod head, disaster. I'd left the baseplate attached to th...

02/06/2013 - 1:58 PM

The Early Bird

Dave_HendersonSet off for Newbiggin at 0315 with the sky having very little cloud cover, I now stood a chance of capturing a seascape after over a year. The journey of around three miles was very pleasant, very little traffic and even less wind, a cyclists delight. On arrival locked up the bike and clambered d...

10/10/2012 - 1:55 PM

Right Angle

Dave_HendersonAs this image was on the memory stick, thought I'd put it in the diary. Taken in Newbiggin from the Church Point of the sea defences. Not quite a right angle though.

24/01/2012 - 11:53 PM

Day 151: Embracing the mundane

discreetphoton When I first picked up a camera with the intention of learning about photography (as opposed to idly snapping in ignorance), one of the first things that became obvious was that there was potential for a photograph in everything. The next thing I learned was that this not everything makes a ph...

21/01/2012 - 12:05 PM

365 Project: Day 20

Ozzie55Unfortunately I failed to take a photo for today, so decided to upload one from where I used to live in Hervey Bay Qld Aus... feeling a bit homesick for the warmer weather

16/01/2012 - 10:20 PM

Day 144: Eastwood basin

discreetphoton Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 32mm (4 shots); ISO 200; F/13; 1/40s. VC off. Throughout my 365 project, Iíve taken lots of images of Rotherham, but I never thought it would look this lovely. I had a fantastic walk this morning, yielding several photos, but this four-shot stitch is, I thi...

12/01/2012 - 10:58 PM

Day 139: Playing with parallax

discreetphoton I had one of those ďeurekaĒ moments this morning, when I looked out of my window to a beautiful sunrise. As with many towns, the view was blighted by power cables. When the sky has such smooth transitions as this, cloning isnít the simple matter it may seem, so Iíll often ignore a shot altoget...

10/01/2012 - 5:46 PM

Day 138: Sunrise/ Moonset

discreetphoton Plans to visit the Peaks had to be put on hold today, and it may be a couple of weeks before I get the chance to visit. Sunrise coincided with the setting of the full moon this morning though, so we got the rare instance of seeing a full moon with a backdrop of colour and a sense of scale. Ií...

discreetphoton Itís been a very busy weekend, which has resulted in a backlog of photographs to be processed and circulated. As such, I didnít leave the house for photography today. Instead, I shot the sunrise from the bedroom window so that I could get on with everything. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD ...

01/12/2011 - 12:02 PM

Day 98: Barnyard sunrise

discreetphoton Itís a great feeling to know that Iíve got a shot for the day before 9am! This was taken above Rotherham, shortly after sunrise. It was necessary to wait for the sun to rise a bit to allow some of the light to fill in the shadows behind the barn. I used a 0.9 ND graduated filter, which made th...

15/10/2011 - 8:59 AM

Photo365 - 288 - misty morning

PeteView from the park this morning. I was just out a bit too late to catch the thicker mist, but then again I was up at 3:00am learning how to stack star trails that I'd just taken.