Category Archives: composition

Lens Artists Photo Challenge #97: Pastimes

Sue (Macs Girl) of The Nature of Things has asked us to post on Pastimes… I used to have far more pastimes, and before CoronaVirus I did like to travel in my now limited way, even if it was not

Lens Artists Photo Challenge #97: Pastimes

Sue (Macs Girl) of The Nature of Things has asked us to post on Pastimes… I used to have far more pastimes, and before CoronaVirus I did like to travel in my now limited way, even if it was not

Company

  In these Covid days, I am only rarely going out, and early in the morning. I don’t notice too many people around, and mercifully most of those I do see are practising social distancing – perhaps a tad close

Company

  In these Covid days, I am only rarely going out, and early in the morning. I don’t notice too many people around, and mercifully most of those I do see are practising social distancing – perhaps a tad close

What I Saw (14) on an Afternoon Wander

I usually go out quite early in the morning when I do, as there are fewer people about. But on this occasion, a few days ago, I went with a friend as an extra pair of eyes, so to speak.

What I Saw (14) on an Afternoon Wander

I usually go out quite early in the morning when I do, as there are fewer people about. But on this occasion, a few days ago, I went with a friend as an extra pair of eyes, so to speak.

2020 PhotoChallenge #19 – Light throughout the day

Being somewhat preoccupied of late, I have cheated and used a series of images I took when we were in the Languedoc in 2010. we were staying in a Gite, can’t remember exactly where, but the view was tremendous and

2020 PhotoChallenge #19 – Light throughout the day

Being somewhat preoccupied of late, I have cheated and used a series of images I took when we were in the Languedoc in 2010. we were staying in a Gite, can’t remember exactly where, but the view was tremendous and

Lens – artists Photo Challenge # 96 – Cropping the Shot

Patti has walked us through some good reasons for cropping. I have thought about why I crop. Usually, it’s to remove extraneous, unwanted or distracting elements from a shot I couldn’t find a way of getting the image I wanted,

Lens – artists Photo Challenge # 96 – Cropping the Shot

Patti has walked us through some good reasons for cropping. I have thought about why I crop. Usually, it’s to remove extraneous, unwanted or distracting elements from a shot I couldn’t find a way of getting the image I wanted,

At last!

  On my recent wanders, I have seen loads of dandelion seed heads, but I’m never happy with the results – here’s one from the other day when the focussing mode went awry   Finally, today, I got an image

At last!

  On my recent wanders, I have seen loads of dandelion seed heads, but I’m never happy with the results – here’s one from the other day when the focussing mode went awry   Finally, today, I got an image

What I saw (5) when I looked to my left

This one from a couple of days ago….I wanted to go up those steps into the wood  

What I saw (5) when I looked to my left

This one from a couple of days ago….I wanted to go up those steps into the wood  

What I saw (4) when I looked to the side

On my little jaunt this morning, I looked over to my right, and noticed this path stretching to the side and behind me, and put me in mind of Kipling’s poem The Road through the Woods….

What I saw (4) when I looked to the side

On my little jaunt this morning, I looked over to my right, and noticed this path stretching to the side and behind me, and put me in mind of Kipling’s poem The Road through the Woods….