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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.
Here is a shot of the Viaduct in Calstock, Cornwall which overpasses the River Tamar. As always, comments welcome.
I was watching this Royal Navy Rescue Helicopter exercising with a search and rescue dog and thought it would make a good 70's style news photo so I upped the contrast and turned it Black and White. As always, comments welcome.
Tregantle Beach on an incoming tide, weird light in the morning. As always, comments welcome.
I was on the road to Exeter one morning just outside of Moretonhampstead and saw these icicles hanging from the trees beside the road, it was so cold that the running water splashed on to them had frozen. Here is the colour version. As always comments welcome.
Dartmoor Prison under a heavy sky, just before the rain came....again :( As always, comments welcome.
This week saw some awsome skies up on the high Dartmoor, here is an example with some variations. As usual the black and white one is the submission. New B&W Version with added punch. Black and White Sepia Toned Colour As always comments welcome.
This week I have re-visited a site that I photographed last year, Okehampton Castle which was built in William the Conqueror's time for his nephew Baldwin who he had appointed Sheriff of Devon. This Castle is an English Heritage Site and can be visited through the summer. I have included the colour ...
Once again due to work I was not able to get out until Saturday which fortunately was a nice day with plenty of sunshine. Here is this week's photo which is an old stable block on the edge of Dartmoor which seems to have been converted for living in (note the chimney). As always, comments we...
This week has not been very productive as I have been unable to get out with a camera so I needed to go yesterday to get a shot for this entry. Here it is, Pigeons feeding on some corn a lady had thrown for them. As always, comments welcome.