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Posted in Photography on October 17, 2017
At one of the stations in the city centre, the track is cut deep into a verge. The rails are far beneath the surface of the road and everything going on up above, and it’s all held back – the cliff like bank – with great dark brown brick arches.
Posted in Photography on October 16, 2017
Today, the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia caused devastation in Ireland. In England the effects were much less felt, but winds were strong for most of the day, and around 11am the sun grew dim and orange. Apparently it was dust picked up from the Sahara. But it turned the light yellow. It was an unusual few hours for sure…
Posted in Photography on October 15, 2017
Some people have towels, some have bath robes, but we have pictures.
Posted in Photography on October 14, 2017
This building is the Rotunda. It’s a pretty old high rise office building in my city, and it’s been there for far longer than I remember. It stands there inherently recognisable from the miles surrounding it.
Posted in Photography on October 13, 2017
It’s another light. I like how the look in pictures, what more can I say? The reflections in the glass are really interesting in contrast with the shadows. To extenuate this I went for a black and white look.
This was actually in a KFC.
Posted in Photography on October 12, 2017
I am no botanist, and I sincerely apologise to any who are. I cannot be sure if these are daisies or if they are not. Regardless, it’s been a while since my last macro and I felt like it today.
Posted in Photography on October 11, 2017
I am an avid reader, and books are and always have been a huge part of my life. I am a writer at heart, and photography is a fun aside. But why not combine the two every once in a while?
I forgot again! I took the picture on the day, just didn’t post it, and I don’t have any extras this time… so here are dogs! I was hoping they’d not be used this quickly, but never mind.
Posted in Photography on October 8, 2017
Today we went to a local open air museum, at which people dressed in Victorian clothing reenact the day to day of people a hundred and fifty years ago. I had a fair few shots to choose from, being as it was, a nice look into photographing history.
In the end I went for this shot of the colliery, which you can actually go down into, if you like the dark enough…