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Here is a shot of an old Cornish Tin Mine, I used a 3 stop ND Grad to hold the detail in the sky. As always, comments welcome.
Here is this week's entry, a shot of the Burrator Reservoir overflow outlet on Dartmoor. As always, comments welcome.
I have seen this Post Box several times but this week it was lit in a way that it stood out. Its almost as if nature is claiming it back since no-one uses it anymore. So I shot it. Here is the colour version. As always, comments welcome.
A break in the clouds gave chance to photograph this magnificent old barracks headquarters building in Exeter As always, comments welcome.
Another week away on course, at The Cricklade Hotel. These trees are on the edge of their golf course so I took the opportunity to shoot them into sun on the Sunday evening (the only good weather all week). You can see the colour version in my portfolio. As always, comments welcome.
Here's a shot of the jetty at Chesil Fleet, shot using a grad grey to balance the image then vignetted in post for that old world look. As always, comments welcome.
This week photography took a back seat as I had to rebuild my motorcycle engine, here is the newly completed article. During May whilst on holiday in Spain my 1992 Harley Davidson seized up, the problem was as I found out after I had it shipped home was a broken crankshaft, see images below;...
It was Saturday and I still didn't have a shot worth posting, then I went into Tavistock Pannier Market in the afternoon totry some "street photography" (I know the market isn't strictly in the street but any port in a storm) when I spotted these fellows. As always, comments welcom...
I had a dilemma this week since I had 4 shots I thought were good enough to put up but as I have said before "there can be only one" (I know, I stole the quote) however the chosen one this week is a shot of a rather majestic looking Scots Pine which I found in Brisworthy PLantation on Dart...
I took this shot of Mountbatten from the Mayflower Steps on Plymouth Barbican and in post processing I added grain and vignetting to make the photo look like it was taken on early film. I added the sepia toned one because my wife likes them. As always, comments welcome.
Another sort of abstract this week of a shot from the roof of Tregantle Fore in Cornwall overlooking a feild of straw bales. As always, comments welcome.
Here is a shot taken on Dartmoor with some nice cloud formations. As always, comments welcome.
Here is a shot of an office building that I thought was a bit abstract. As always comments welcome.
Here is a shot of Cricklade Hotel and Golf Club, I was stating there last week on a course from work and the weather was kind to me. Here is the colour verstion. As always comments welcome.
Here is a shot on the edge of Dartmoor on a day when storms were threatening. As always comments welcome.