Category Archives: Photography

March Squares: Spiky / 11

Well, as Becky says, we are a third of the way through…and you might say these are more fluffy than spiky – let’s just say gentle spikes! Linked to March Squares at Becky’s here Advertisements

March Squares: Spiky / 11

Well, as Becky says, we are a third of the way through…and you might say these are more fluffy than spiky – let’s just say gentle spikes! Linked to March Squares at Becky’s here

Where dream meets reality…..

…..that passer-by blends in rather well: (You might recall the street scene was painted on the walls of Kinkao, the last image in this post https://suejudd.com/2019/02/15/the-many-faces-of-kinkao/)

Where dream meets reality…..

…..that passer-by blends in rather well: (You might recall the street scene was painted on the walls of Kinkao, the last image in this post https://suejudd.com/2019/02/15/the-many-faces-of-kinkao/)

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #34 – Close Up

This week, Ann Christine has asked us to look close Close-ups ar not something I usually do, so I needed to get thinking!ll This morning I put the macro adaptor ring on my camera, and here’s what I came up with

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #34 – Close Up

This week, Ann Christine has asked us to look close Close-ups ar not something I usually do, so I needed to get thinking!ll This morning I put the macro adaptor ring on my camera, and here’s what I came up with

One Word Sunday – Movement

I haven’t been doing any slow shutter speed stuff recently – time I challenged myself again, so here are some old ones, to show different ways of using movement A couple of waiters pass each other swiftly in Malaga: One

One Word Sunday – Movement

I haven’t been doing any slow shutter speed stuff recently – time I challenged myself again, so here are some old ones, to show different ways of using movement A couple of waiters pass each other swiftly in Malaga: One

One / 177 revisited (in Sepia)

Gilly of Lucid Gypsy commented that One / 177 would look good in B&W, so I had a play on the iMac with Silver Effex, and here is my Sepia rendition… I hope you agree that this was a conversion well

One / 177 revisited (in Sepia)

Gilly of Lucid Gypsy commented that One / 177 would look good in B&W, so I had a play on the iMac with Silver Effex, and here is my Sepia rendition… I hope you agree that this was a conversion well

And the light swung round…..

As the afternoon sun streams in, a couple of images taken from the same position. First, some distinct lines: …and then a little later, we get this, a different pattern: Ain’t light a wonderful thing!

And the light swung round…..

As the afternoon sun streams in, a couple of images taken from the same position. First, some distinct lines: …and then a little later, we get this, a different pattern: Ain’t light a wonderful thing!

There’s more to see than Brexit slogans…..

There’s one focussed photographer – I want to know what was at the end of that lens!

There’s more to see than Brexit slogans…..

There’s one focussed photographer – I want to know what was at the end of that lens!

No need to adjust your screen!

Found this curiosity in my archives. (no idea why I ended up with this effect, guess I must have been trying for a double exposure): Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

No need to adjust your screen!

Found this curiosity in my archives. (no idea why I ended up with this effect, guess I must have been trying for a double exposure): Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here