Dog and I stood by the harbour wall, staring out at the water on a gorgeous sunny morning.
Two Daffodils From our previous house in Argyll: And this one taken yesterday in the new garden:
I remember two particular thoughts from my time in a photo-club (past-tense, as we’ve moved house since). First, discussing landscape photography with another member, he said he used a large-format (5×4) camera and Fuji Velvia film “because it gets results that express how it felt to be there at the time”. To be quite honest, […]
Two abandoned glass bottles.
A couple of burns joining amongst the trees. Church End woods, near Portpatrick.
For the record, since they don’t have a website of their own and are pretty hard to find on the official Church of Scotland site: services are at 12 midday on Sundays. Update 2013-07-02: I noticed, in passing, that from this month onwards apparently service times have changed to 10am on Sundays.
One of the first things we did on buying this house was to fix-up the kennels. These consisted of a set of 4 thin hutches, each with concrete floor and a rear wooden compartment behind a wooden door with cat-flap so we could put his bed, water and toys in out of the rain. We […]
Can’t beat a jumble of angles, a clutter of leaves and evidence of the species’ imposition on the landscape (the trees are also obviously planted).
I thought I’d create a blog for my more miscellaneous daily photography. The chances are my style here will be mobile photos, taken with an Android phone camera using HDR Camera+ and processed with Aviary, although I reserve the right to link to other things occasionally as well. So. Let’s start with a bonfire 🙂