David Allen's Personal Posts

I have remained uncertain about continuing with Adobe's new subscription approach to software. I have used Lightroom since version one and have continued to…

This was taken at Dunbar one of the old North Sea fishing towns. The story of that coast line is of herring fishing, the catches, and the losses. Kate's great…

Our village church has a lovely rather rustic hammer beam roof that was made in the early 16th century. It probably replaced an earlier roof that was destroyed…

A loose set of pictures as the seasons change. Warm soup to add to our usual lunch. The whych hazel turning yellow, leaves in the River Clwyd and a stormy light…

Three enjoyable lectures at Cambrian Photography's annual open day. Colwyn Bay suffers from its proximity to other seaside resorts and the centre of the town…

The pictures tell the story, I have never since we planted these trees seen so much blossom on them.

The fig tree, well more like a rather straggly shrub is carrying fruit again. I processed this in Luminar. I found Luminar was easier to get the separation…

Every year this species Rhododendron becomes more dramatically covered in flower. This weekend has been hot and dry and the shrub has burst in to full bloom…

This was taken 4 years ago shortly after we adopted this lad from the North Wales Animal Rescue. Then he was very strong yet underweight and under muscled. Now…

This picture was made on the 11th April last year. This evening Harry has just started to plough the field. The winter has been so long and cold and wet and…

In 2007 Mold hosted the National Eisteddfod of Wales. Our camera club gained the full support of the Eisteddfod organisers to make a photographic record of the…

This week the UK has had an unusually severe and late spell of winter weather. It started with a storm from the East followed by an Atlantic depression called…
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