Tag: tree

March 20, 2011 / Photography

There’s a large tree in Oldbury Court Estate, just minutes from my house, that I’ve photographed many times before – but rarely in colour. It’s very picturesque, quintessentially tree-shaped and…

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February 19, 2011 / Photography

Recently I read about taking exposures at night, lasting perhaps ten minutes, and using nothing but ambient moonlight or the general glow of the night sky. It’s supposed to give…

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December 10, 2010 / Photography
December 5, 2010 / Photography

I woke up this morning and looked out of the window. I saw with delight that a thick fog had descended over the entire area. I love fog, so I…

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March 31, 2010 / Photography

This is the back of Osborne Villas, as seen from the tops of the buildings on Woodland Road. This chap was sitting on a bench in Brandon Hill park one…

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March 28, 2010 / Photography

OK, well not quite a stag party. But I did take a photo of a stag in Ashton Court. The focus isn’t perfect, because the grass in the foreground seemed…

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March 5, 2010 / Photography

This week I shot another roll of black & white film in my SLR. Last night I developed it, and tonight I’ve scanned and uploaded the highlights for your viewing…

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November 17, 2009 / Photography

I’ve just got another roll of film back from the developers. This time I had it done at ASDA, where I was delighted to find that they don’t treat my…

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October 9, 2009 / Photography

In my opinion, it’ll be hard for me to beat last year’s Autumn colours photo. But I still think this photo does a pretty good job of capturing the strange…

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May 30, 2009 / Photography

From Stu’s Tuesday Challenge: Take a bunch of photos without using any kind of viewfinder or checking the images on the rear screen afterwards. Post your best one of the…

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