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This chap wanted to say hello when I was out and about, so I took his picture.
Using up the remaining stock of balloons. Usual suspects, Triggersmart in sound mode used to trigger the flashes, camera set on a couple of seconds exposure.
I filled a wine glass with coloured water and then used an oral syringe to squirt some blue coloured glycerin into the glass.
I was travelling on the open top bus along the seafront and I snapped a picture of the bandstand as we passed it. Fiddled with in Snapseed.
Number 350 and the end is nigh. I bought these bottles for a couple of euros in Spain. I can't decide which one is just right though.
Not a tulip taken at the allotment.
Lacking inspiration I cut the tomato in half and took that.
A beach hut door on Hove seafront.
This is a shop front in St James St, Brighton. Snapped with the iphone.
Quick snap of Brighton beach. Taken on the way home from work on Friday evening
I've seen this headstone many times and often wondered what MRCSL stood for. Today I did a little research and discovered that it stood for 'Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London' (now England). I wonder where Jose came from; Spain perhaps, or was his Father a sailor who married over here ...
A leaf in black and white.
Ok, last one for a while. Distance lapse bicycle ride to work and home again with Triggertrap. Prepare to be shocked and awed. Another distance lapse video using the Triggertrap app and dongle on the iPhone. Olympus XZ-1 rigged to the handlebars of my bike, this time on my way to work and ...
I skimmed the top of the tomato with the pellet and it's turned out to be one of the better ones with the tomatos today. The rest just kind of went through the toms without too much 'action'.
A bit of a change in genre today. I took this on a walk into town. Some genteel folk playing Petanque. Looks like a load of boules to me.