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Big blue skies this week and at last a day out of the office. As always, comments welcome.
Again a Saturday last minute picture, this new job is keeping me from getting anything in the week these days. This week a trip up to Princetown to photograph the Prison in rapidly changing light, 0.3 ND Hard Grad used to hold the sky. As always, comments welcome.
Another Saturday afternoon last minute shot here, Burrator Reservoir looking towards Leather Tor in the distance. I had to use a 0.6 Soft ND Grad on the sky and a 0.3 Hard ND Grad on the water to hold detail in the land strip. As always, comments welcome.
Another last minute shot for this week's blog. I saw this old stone shed and it's wall and thought the colour contrast of the gate set it off. As always, comments welcome.
Once again I was without a shot on Saturday afternoon so I went into Tavistock on a very cloudy and overcast afternoon with the idea of getting some historic biulding shots, however, on the river stretching his wings was this chap. I always have a 55-200 on one of My X-Pro1 bodies for just such an o...
Once again I found myself without a shot on Saturday so a trip into Tavistock and a walk along the river bank was needed. Here are 2 shots from that walk, 1. The Old Steps; 2. The Salmon Wier; As always, comments welcome.
Here I was again on Saturday afternoon with no shot in the bag because of work pressure and a dull damp misty day to boot so I got on my Bike and wenr for a ride around my local area, the first shot was within 1 mile the second oddly enough is a scene I have passed for 30 odd years and never photogr...
This week I thought I wasn't going to get a shot at all I haven't been able to get out of the office at all for picture taking, however, on the way to work on Friday I saw the light on this Church in Tavistock and was able to stop for a minute to take this shot. As always, comments welcome.
This week I was privilaged to have a guided tour around Tyneham Village on the Army Ranges at Lulworth, culminating at Worbarrow Bay, here are some of the shots I was able to get with the gorgeous weather that we had. Worbarrow Bay St Mary's Church, now de-consecrated another view...
This week I was struggling having not had chance to get out so I went for a walk around the Village that I have lived in for 30+ years. I found this. Here's another from the same walk. As always, comments welcome.
A shot of Whacker Quay in Cornwall this week. And a B&W version. As always, Comments welcome.
I was on walkabout this week on Braunton Sands in North Devon and I came across this derelict boat on Crow Point. Here's another view. And another. This is the view from one of the big sand dunes in the "Burrows". As always, comments welcome.
This week we have had some nice weather and I have had the chance to be out in it. This old Tin Mine building is in a Farmer's field so I was only able to shoot from his gate with the zoom. This is a B&W version that I think is more "period", my wife thinks I ought to do a Sepi...
I pass this scene every day from work, this time we had just had a storm and the rainbow presented itself as I was leaving work. As always, comments welcome.
This week's shot is of a Dartmoor Hill Farm showing the bleak exixstence they have. I used a 0.3 soft ND Grad to hold the sky and a tripod so I could get good DoF. As always, comments welcome.