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23/03/2014 - 8:21 AM

52 for 2014 Week 12

So after careful consideration I have added my second choice to this week's blog. After so much rain the sun has finallystarted to come out and is having an effect. This is a shot of one of the Heather bushes in our garden that has exploded in the last days, is Spring finally here? ...

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16/03/2014 - 9:24 AM

52 for 2014 Week 11

I saw this Train washing station from a bridge, no trains though. As always, comments welcome.

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09/03/2014 - 9:14 AM

52 for 2014 Week 10

This is a shot of the Dam overflow at Burrator Reservoire on Dartmoor, shot early evening the warm light makes the trees look as if they are in Autumn foliage. I posted this on another forum earlier and a comment was that it would possibly look better square, so here it is square. I ...

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02/03/2014 - 9:14 AM

52 for 2014 Week 9

This is a shot of a little blue flower that my wife is growing in the conservatory. As always, comments welcome.

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23/02/2014 - 9:10 AM

52 for 2014 Week 8

This is a shot of Burrator Reservoir early evening, ND9 Grad was used to balance the dynamic range. As always, comments welcome.

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16/02/2014 - 8:53 AM

52 for 2014 Week 7

The sun shone after a light dusting of snow on the high Dartmoor, this gate leads from the newtake out on to the open moor. As always, comments welcome.

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09/02/2014 - 9:48 AM

52 for 2014 Week 6

Here is a shot of the Three Tors, L-R Rough Tor, West Mill Tor and Yes Tor covered with a light dusting of snow. As always, comments welcome.

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02/02/2014 - 9:08 AM

52 for 2014 Week 5

A break in the clouds (almost) at the top of the Cheddar Gorge gave me this opportunity. As always, comments welcome.

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26/01/2014 - 9:39 AM

52 for 2014 Week 4

Once again only 1 day without rain so while I had a spare hour I went to Cullever Steps on DArtmoor to shoot the Black-a-Ven Brook where it meetsthe East Okement river in the basin of Cullever Steps. Although sparse and very wet is is still a nice place to visit and I will go back when Spring brings...

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19/01/2014 - 8:50 AM

52 for 2014 Week 3

Here is a shot of Tregantle beach taken on Friday which was the only day last week we had some sunshine. As always, comments welcome.

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12/01/2014 - 9:22 AM

52 for 2014 Week 2

Princetown last Thursday and a break in the usual cloud gave this scene. Poppy wreaths still looking bright and pristine with a convenient breeze openning the Union Flag. The Cafe really did used to be the town Police Station. I also had chance the same morning to capture a shot of the Priso...

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05/01/2014 - 9:55 AM

52 for 2014 Week 1

Here we go again another year another 52 Blog. No restrictions this year can be colour or BW or indeed any other style. This week was particularly challenging being on the edge of Dartmoor the weather has been extremely photographer-unfriendly but yesterday there was a break for a short while so I m...

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29/12/2013 - 10:49 AM

52 for 2013 Week 52

Here it is, the final black and white image for this year's challenge my 1956 Harley Davidson engine, particularly poignant since it has been away for re-build all year and has just come home...in time for Christmas. As always, comments welcome.

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22/12/2013 - 9:59 AM

52 for 2013 Week 51

Here is a shot taken with my new 55-200 Fuji Zoom lens, hand-held sitting awkwardly in a car with the engine running. OIS did it's stuff. As always, comments welcome.

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15/12/2013 - 10:20 AM

52 for 2013 Week 50

I saw this Noble yesterday and thought it would look good in B&W. Here's the colour version. As always, comments welcome.

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