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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Abstract.....

    Subject :- halogen heater..... ...... the ankle may be getting better but the bloody boredom ain't, this tablet is working overtime....... here's away with something different today....

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Newbiggin.....

    ..... again today. Popped into Bertorelli's for a coffee. When looking around as you do, I noticed some odds an sods that may make a pic or two so out came the Olympus, the camera was handheld and I had to ramp up the ISO on a couple of shots to ge...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    13 of 52 - Part 4 - Miles away

    Tonights rubbish image is one of an unmanned, automated weather station lying two miles offshore from the port of Blyth in Northumberland. ..... Taken hand held at 50x zoom. It was difficult to take because of camera shake. Pressed the shutter ...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    3 of 52 - part 1 - Corner seat.

    I was a little stumped as to what image I could upload tonight but on my way to the corner shop I noticed someone had dumped this sofa in the street so went back and got out the compact, took the shot, then to the shop. Hope the rain keeps away. ...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    365 - 11 - A moment in time

    Borrowed this old fifties 120mm box camera for a while. I'll use it in the near future (as a prop) when I can get hold of some old junk to go along with it. In the mean time, the pic beside the camera is of me, after the first week of nine years serv...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Digital Art.

    Not a lot of inspiration just lately, the grey matter has had a rest and is back on track. Took a pic of a footpath on Monday and finally got to process it yesterday. Here's a couple of ideas I came up with.

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Frozen Feet

    After the fishmongers advice to leave, I took up position out of sight and here's another shot I took which seemed to be worth processing.. I learned a few lessons today, not only of human nature but of camera settings and the different effects they ...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Closed.

    Out and about this morning with the 5D and my favourite lens, a Sigma 12-24mm. Whilst composing this shot the guy appeared from nowhere. The shutter speed was .5 sec. A pity it was so slow, a 20th of a second may have been better.

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    The town of Ashington

    Back to the library again to get on-line. The County Council has recently upgraded their system with the result of a hugely faster experience. The economic times up here are grim to say the least and with more cuts to come the future looks bleak, it...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 216: St. Peterís Church

    I cycled out of town by a different route today, which took me to a lovely little village called Barnburgh. The church here is lovely in the sun, as the stone is a very light colour whcih seems to glow when the sunlight hits it. Apparently the...

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    Day 206: Door to nowhere

    This sealed up doorway is in the grounds of Rotherhamís Boston Park. Apparently it used to form part of the College of Jesus, founded by Thomas Rotherham and now demolished. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 18mm; ISO 200; F/10; 1/250s. VC on.

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    Day 195: Cotton stitched leather

    A close-up image of one of our table lamps tonight, since I managed to sleep my afternoon away. I canít even begin to explain how busy my week has been. Itís all been a bit of a blur. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 78mm; ISO 200; F/8; 1/30s. ...

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    Day 194: Catcliffe Glass Kiln

    You can see this structure from Sheffield Parkway, and I decided to have a look this week after my third trip down that way. Thereís not much of note around it now other than bungalows, but itís quite a prominent landmark. And it wonít be there for...

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    Day 187: Ironhenge

    One of Rotherhamís hidden bits of art, taking under the sort of moody sky Iíd love to see from Stonehenge one day. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 18mm; ISO 200; F/9; 1/60s. VC off.

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  • Avatar : bfgstew

    54 - 365

    Nuts. I have been into many engineering stockists that sell everything you need from a teeny tiny washer upto a stonking great big JCB, and I have noticed the art work of the posters in said outlets, very glossy and visual and I am not talking a...

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    • Posted by : bfgstew
    •  18 Oct 2011 9:22PM
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