Posts Tagged photography
The quality isn’t the best on this one, but I really love the framing and the little guy staring straight at me!
I work in a converted Georgian Town House, and there are all these interesting and mysterious cubbies and hideaways. This one really reminds me of the elusive Ratman’s Den in Portal. Honestly, you have to go up a hidden away ladder to get up here.
I left it a bit late today, and was wondering what I could take a picture of. I put my phone down on the landing bannister on top of a scrunched up towel and though actually, that has potential!
The view of Digbeth with a rolling cloudy sky. I was in town getting a new bus pass and happened on this view while walking back to the carpark.
It is Father’s day! Dad wanted Fish Tacos so that’s what we had. This is Marcus Wareing’s recipe for them.
There’s this wonderful old shop full of antiques and curios in Gloucester. I was in here finding stuff for Father’s Day, and thought I would grab a shot of one of the more interesting looking corners.
We were at our usual haunt of the 3rd Thursday in a month – the board game meet up at the arts cafe. One rather interesting installation they had was a roll of paper, cascading from the ceiling like a waterfall.
These ducks were on my way to work today. I think they’re a little lost.
Well, perhaps not the most imaginative of pictures, but I want to try out more of this style of shot. Loads of people take really appealing top down pictures of food with various things added to the image. I like that style a lot.