Tag: Trooper’s Hill

February 19, 2012 / Photography

This picture was taken on Trooper’s Hill as another test of my HDR technique. It certainly looks odd, but there’s a strange charm to it, I think.

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February 19, 2012 / Photography
February 5, 2012 / Photography

This film has been in my Mamiya RB67 since December 2011, when we went to Clevedon for Hannah’s birthday. Unfortunately a storm blew up while we were on the end…

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November 18, 2011 / Photography

Tonight found me on top of Troopers Hill, which overlooks the city of Bristol. It’s about three miles from the centre, so it affords pretty spectacular views. Click this image…

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November 16, 2011 / Photography

This picture of Troopers Hill inspired me to look up John Keats’s well-known poem. I also entered this picture into the Photo Challenge. To Autumn Season of mists and mellow…

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August 28, 2011 / Photography
August 14, 2011 / Photography

Trooper’s Hill today is a nature reserve near the centre of Bristol, in St George. It is steeply hilly and undulating, with rocky outcrops and mini cliffs as a result…

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