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I'm still experimenting with my camera. Sadly, I have not much spare time the last few weeks. At least Roland and I got the chance for a short visit in…

I had this single tulip in my apartment recently. It stood upright and refused to "faint" to the very end of his road. I took some pictures of it over the span…

In my previous post The way out I promised you guys some more pics of this place. Must say it is an interresting place where you can make some nice photos. Only…

“In every change, in every falling leaf there is some pain, some beauty. And that's the way new leaves grow.” ― Amit Ray

november strange light natural light strange colours ... below, hydrangea, in an ultimate effort trying not to be forgotten even more below, this leaf …

I regularly pass this run down old outbuilding and have meant to stop and photograph it many time. Given its rather ramshackle state I thought I’d better do…

Scenes from a burnt out garage. already standing empty a few months this garage was completly destroyed in a fire. Sadly for me they already cleared it out. But…

It’s not often you discover a piece of history on your own doorstep. A few days ago, a friend of mine added me to a group on Facebook campaigning to stop a…

A Couple of Wrecks at West Mersea in Essex England. Been there for some time by the look of them. Mersea is an Island on the Essex Coast.

I've often thought there's as much beauty in nature as it decays as in full bloom. I failed to capture a good photo of our sunflowers this year, although this…

Last time I saw my close family in Limburg ( a province of Belgium ), they took us to see the station of As, a railwaystation not in use anymore and there are…

I took a walk around Footdee (pronounced "Fittie" - an old fishing village at the mouth of Aberdeen harbour) and Aberdeen Beach over the weekend. It was a very…
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