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This week I tried a "Street Photography" style shot, not something I have done before. As always comments welcome
On my way to work I often drive through Tavistock, on Friday the light was catching the church nicely enough for me to stop and take a shot. As always comments welcome.
This memorial is just outside my office building and was shrouded in early morning mist. As always comments welcome.
Here is a shot which I took from just inside the feild in early evening. I would have liked to work the subject but at the moment walking is difficult due to an injury so I needed to stay close to my motorcycle. And here's the colour version. As always comments welcome.
Here is a shot of the old Jetty on the Chesil Fleet near Tidmore Point with the tide out. As always, comments welcome.
Another week where, for reasons beyond my control, I was unable to get out much but thankfully my neighbour's garden is rather overgrown at the moment so this is a shot of a bush trying to grow through his fence towards the sunshine. Here's the colour version. As always, comments wel...
A tough week this week, bad weather and a work conference away meant little opportunity to get out with the X-Pro, however, my neighbor's garden fence came to the rescue. As always, comments welcome.
Here is a shot for this week taken at Tregantle Beach in Cornwall, and here's the colour version. As always, comments welcome.
I happened on this rather fine example of a Jaguar XK120 yesterday while out trying to find a picture for this week's entry, here it is, old precious but used. and the colour version. As always comments welcome.
A shot of Burrator Reservoir on Dartmoor. As always, comments welcome.
Here is a shot of one of the tea rooms within a Moroccan Gardens "Cafe" near Alicante southern Spain. and the colour version for comparison, As always, comments
Late entry this week as I have been away in Spain, this is a shot of the main statue in Abanilla, southern Spain. As always, comments welcome.
No Bluebells were harmed in the making of this shot of one of the first Bluebells to show in our garden, it stands alone for some reason, I merely put a white reflector behind it to remove the distracting background. This is the original colour one. As always, comments welcome.
Here is a shot of the firing ranges on Dartmoor (Willsworthy) with Hare Tor and Ger Tor in the foreground. As always, comments welcome.
A lone tree on Dartmoor struggling to survive. As always, comments welcome.