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Some cocktail glasses. I have plans for these that doesn't include destruction.
As promised in yesterday's blog, shot bottles. Do I ever get bored of these?...........................nah :P
I have a day off tomorrow, for those who may have been following my blog now and again you might know what I have planned with these bottles and glasses.
Oh dear, I appear to be reaching the time when written words are not quite as sharp and clear as they once were. I picked up a cheap pair of reading glasses and was quite taken aback at the difference they made. Another visit to the opticians beckons, the last time I went guess who I bumped into.......
I walked to work this morning and it was nice to actually get a picture of the day so early on. The bandstand on the seafront with a bit of jiggerypokery from a project in Practical Photoshop.
A bee taking off, unfortunately he is a little blurred but it's my only picture today so it'll have to do.
The top of the salt grinder.
No chance of getting out and about today, my rubber ring has a puncture. So I threw some stuff together, took a picture, voila.
Messing about with a strawberry, a glass of water, coloured gels and food colouring.
Taken at Gatwick Aviation Museum, this is the front view of one of the old jet engines they have.
I needed inspiration for a picture, it was getting late and I couldn't think of anything to take. I wandered around the house with D300s in hand with the 50mm attached and spotted a suitcase that my daughter had just bought. It's a spotty job so I took a couple of pics, wasn't happy with them, defo...
I normally like to escape the office for twenty minutes or so during the day, quite often to try and get my picture of the day. I couldn't do it today as i left my wetsuit and scuba gear at home, so here's a view from my office window instead.
I was doing some work on the car and took the opportunity to use some of my tools for a picture for the 365.
Not so much a picture of the day, more like 380 pictures of the day. I conducted my first experimantal use of my Triggertrap app and dongle. I used the 'Distance Lapse' mode and set the dongle to trigger the camera every 45 metres. I knew from the outset that the video was going to be a bit pant...
This is the story of the egg and the airgun and how I get my pictures using my triggersnmart system. Initially I set up an object to shoot at that I can set my timings to, but I have found that no pellet ever travels at the same velocity, especially at such short distances and at such high speeds. S...