Monthly Archives: July 2018

Weekly Photo Challenge – Childhood

I don’t, as a rule, take photographs of children….but here are a couple of old images Exuberance in Cuba, over a decade ago: Innocence, in an English garden: Linked to Weekly Photo Challenge at Jenn’s here Advertisements

Weekly Photo Challenge – Childhood

I don’t, as a rule, take photographs of children….but here are a couple of old images Exuberance in Cuba, over a decade ago: Innocence, in an English garden: Linked to Weekly Photo Challenge at Jenn’s here

Postcards from my Past 14 …Vienna, Elegance

A friend and I went Interrailing in Europe nearly four decades ago…. She lent me her notebooks from the time, and I have been having some interesting reminiscences …. I have quite a number of slides, over 95% unscanned, but

Postcards from my Past 14 …Vienna, Elegance

A friend and I went Interrailing in Europe nearly four decades ago…. She lent me her notebooks from the time, and I have been having some interesting reminiscences …. I have quite a number of slides, over 95% unscanned, but

The Cuillins from Elgol

The other week, David Oakes posted an image on his blog of the Cuillin hills as seen across Loch Scavaig here, which prompted me to go hunting for an image I took when we visited the island of Skye nearly 20

The Cuillins from Elgol

The other week, David Oakes posted an image on his blog of the Cuillin hills as seen across Loch Scavaig here, which prompted me to go hunting for an image I took when we visited the island of Skye nearly 20

One / 153

Found an old image today, from a trip to Scotland nearly two decades ago….. I had been looking for an image of the Cuillins seen from Elgol (which will be my next post), but found this one – A wet

One / 153

Found an old image today, from a trip to Scotland nearly two decades ago….. I had been looking for an image of the Cuillins seen from Elgol (which will be my next post), but found this one – A wet

A different view

This is the second door from my previous post, rendered as a ‘sketch’, to give a different mood, and add to the air of dilapidation:

A different view

This is the second door from my previous post, rendered as a ‘sketch’, to give a different mood, and add to the air of dilapidation:

Dilapidated train doors

Following a comment from Jude (cornwallincolours), I decided to post these doors, heavily cropped from a couple of dilapidated old railway carriages. Lots of lovely crusty rust and peeling paint! Textures galore! Alas, these are not as sharp as I

Dilapidated train doors

Following a comment from Jude (cornwallincolours), I decided to post these doors, heavily cropped from a couple of dilapidated old railway carriages. Lots of lovely crusty rust and peeling paint! Textures galore! Alas, these are not as sharp as I

One Word Sunday: Sugar

Well, Debbie showed us a photo of the Tate and Lyle factory on the banks of the Thames, so I’ve dug out a different shot I took of the place a few years ago …and for another sugar shot, here’s

One Word Sunday: Sugar

Well, Debbie showed us a photo of the Tate and Lyle factory on the banks of the Thames, so I’ve dug out a different shot I took of the place a few years ago …and for another sugar shot, here’s

Lens Artists Photo Challenge – Soft

I’ve interpreted ‘soft’ in a number of ways. First up, soft contours of the Sicilian landscape by using ICM (Intentional Camera Movement): Next, some very soft colours of blossom: ….a clematis bloom softly expires ….and a soft little fluffy duckling…aaah!

Lens Artists Photo Challenge – Soft

I’ve interpreted ‘soft’ in a number of ways. First up, soft contours of the Sicilian landscape by using ICM (Intentional Camera Movement): Next, some very soft colours of blossom: ….a clematis bloom softly expires ….and a soft little fluffy duckling…aaah!