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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.

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...

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.

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.

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.

08/12/2013 - 9:28 AM

52 for 2013 Week 49

Another Dartmoor shot this week, Row Tor. ND grads employed to hold the sky detail. And here is the colour version. As always, comments welcome.

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01/12/2013 - 9:44 AM

52 for 2013 Week 48

I was struggling this week what with work and weather but on Saturday I was into town to try out the new Fuji 55-200 and the weather had broken. So with sunshine and a new lens on my X-Pro1 I took some test shots from the doorway of the shop. The ease of use and IQ sold the lens to me and I have use...

24/11/2013 - 8:38 AM

52 for 2013 Week 47

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.

17/11/2013 - 9:44 AM

52 for 2013 Week 46

Here is this week's entry, a shot of the Burrator Reservoir overflow outlet on Dartmoor. As always, comments welcome.

10/11/2013 - 10:40 AM

52 for 2013 Week 45

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.

03/11/2013 - 9:56 AM

52 for 2013 Week 44

A break in the clouds gave chance to photograph this magnificent old barracks headquarters building in Exeter As always, comments welcome.

27/10/2013 - 9:03 AM

52 for 2013 Week 43

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.

20/10/2013 - 9:04 AM

52 for 2013 Week 42

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.

13/10/2013 - 9:42 AM

52 for 2013 Week 41

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;...