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Ripe Oat The warmth of the light from the ripe fields along the roads home is too beatiful to pass up so I took a detour to grab this image when I was driving…

In this short post I would like to present you how of what we see changes depends of the photo style and what we want to underline. The point of view depends of…

How much of a photo can you crop without losing the essence of the subject? I tend to crop as much as I can. The windmill in Lytham is a point in case. Do you…

A quick walk this morning to see the way the warmth of the last few weeks has affected the local crops. Its very obvious that rain is also needed as the ground…

Today I thought I would try out some different lighting over at my local studio maps. I was supposed to be modelling but my friend kindly let me take half hour…

^ Me in the studio. ^ Cropping the unecessary background to create a better shot, slight image rotation too... ^ Abdul looking enthused. ^ Cropped version…

This evening I met with my friend Margaret for dinner. As always we had a great chat and she also made me a beautiful dinner. She lives a bit further out in the…

It's that time of year when next door's apple tree starts depositing a good part of its crop over the fence and into our garden. There are already quite a few…

I started the day, determined to get an Olympic athletics ticket! I've been chasing the rare tickets for a long time! I was refreshing the website, sometimes…
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