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Yesterday I went to a local RAF 1940's show where everyone was dressed in period clothes with loads of old vehicles and a cople of replica Spitfires. Here's one of them. Here's the original colour version. As always, comments welcome.
This week I had some really good skies up on Dartmoor so despite it being almost midday I went up to Yes Tor and photographed the highest point on Dartmoor, High Willhays. I think it shows the "Golden Hour" is not the only time you can get good landscape photos. I couldn't decide i...
I took this shot on a walk around an old Palmerston Fort at Tregantle in Cornwall. The sun was out and the textures caught my eye. As always, comments welcome.
Monday lunchtime had me out of the office for a change and gave me chance to shoot this shot of New Bridge on High Dartmoor, 0.9 ND Grad was used to hold the sky. As always, comments welcome.
Last minute dot com this week, I had a bad week at work and wasn't able to get out for any shots so Saturday was it. Fortunatley the weather was good for me and one of my favourite photo haunts is nearby so I managed to get this shot of the Burrator Reservoir. I also saw this hospitailiy dro...
I was at a "Wings and Wheels" do last Sunday, this classic Ford Zodiac MkII was there also. I have converted it to B&W and added grain to give it that "classic" look. But here's the colour version anyway. As always, comments welcome.
A quick ride over Dartmoor last Sunday and I saw this view, although I have lived quite close to this Church for many years I have never photographed it. As always, comments welcome.
Here is a Dinghy that has been stranded at Tidmore Point since the Winter storms and it looks like Nature has reclaimed her. A straight shot, no filtration needed and very little PP. Here is a B&W shot also because I thought it may look good in mono. As always, comments welcome.
Here's a pretty much straight shot of Huckworthy Bridge at Burrator Reservoir on Dartmoor, hand held, no filtration and very little PP. As always, comments welcome.
Nice weather yesterday so I took a ride oover Dartmoor to shoot a valley I have had on my list for ages. Travelling light though so it was the zoom I used. And this is how I got there. I know, its a chore but somebody has to keep these old bikes alive. :D As always, comments welco...
Another walk in Tavistock this weekend to try to improve on the shot of the Salmon Weir. This time on a tripod with some filtration. Also a shot of the statue of Francis 7th Duke of Bedford that is outside the old Town Hall and Police Station. As always, comments welcome.
Early morning in Tavistock, Devon on a rather grey day I noticed the way this Union Flag was hanging with all the other diagonals seemingly repeating. As always, comments welcome.
Some gloriaous sunshine and clouds were around while I was passing the old village of Postbridge on Dartmoor. This is a shot of the bridges new and old which I got just before they were mobbed by 2 coachloads of German tourists. Just lucky I guess. As always, comments welcome.
Just the one again this week, Plymouth Sound. As always, comments welcome.
Just the one this week, work and weather kept me indoors most of this week but I spied this Church while out yesterday. I had to wait ages for the sun to break through the rain clouds and light up the Church. As always, comments welcome.