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. . . actually, that should read (366) but due to an error; I used no. 136 twice (!), it looks as if I'm finishing a day early. And so it ends. 366 days; 366 photographs. Each one taken on the day that it was supposed to have been taken, albeit uploaded at my convenience and in at ...
Maybe not the mot inspiring shot I've ever taken but as a test of my new lens it was all that I was going to be able to get. I took delivery this evening of a Nikon 55-300 but sadly, by the time I got hold of it, it was dark and raining outside; hardly conducive to taking random shots of not...
Another old red brick building from close to the centre of town.
I quite like these "abandoned toys" shots that present themselves around here, with alarming frequency, it must be said. Some poor child's loss is, photographically, my gain.
On the wall outside "Priory House." The sign says it all.
Each day, I put out food for the birds, bread mostly, and each day they reward me with and empty(ish) feeder and a pile of crumbs on the ground. You'd think, wouldn't you, that given our recent weather, they'd be more eager than ever to partake of these daily delights but no; instead of my h...
. . . cross the road? To get away from the man with the camera, obviously. Actually, I think that this is an escaped small rooster rather than a chicken and if I'm right, there are sufficient people living locally, who'd happily turn him into coq-au-vin and do away with the early mornin...
Priory Church, this time in the snow and undergoing some remedial work. I've no idea what work exactly. I shall have to find out.
A victim of not taking my own advice, I found myself out in the snow this evening; yes. with the dog but unbelievably, without a camera. I shot this in the dark and the snow using my mobile phone, hence the outstanding quality. Of course, I could claim that it's an abstract and that I shot...
The scene today from my front door. It's been snowing constantly since the early hours and is showing no signs of abating.
A scene being played out all over the country, I should imagine.
The scene yesterday afternoon as we were walking home from school, having been sent away early, not unsurprisingly, due to the weather. Taken using my Samsung Galaxy S2.
At least someone likes the snow!
I'm not quite sure just how cool this should be served and I don't suppose that whoever discarded it it in the street much cared but it's probably a good deal cooler now than it was when it was tossed away.
Frost on the trees. Not much else I can say!