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On the Cobb

Another image from our recent trip to Lyme Regis. Previously I posted an image of some boats in the little harbour protected by the Cobb (click here to view). Turning round from that image you get a view of the … Continue reading

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Robert Indiana RIP

This is an ‘image’ that will be well-known to many of us. It exists on cards, posters, album covers, jewellery and T-shirts and of course as this Sculpture. It has been around since 1965, and yet the Artist who created … Continue reading

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A walk in the woods

There’s something special about being lost (in a photographic sense) in a wood. I enjoyed that experience just a week ago. It’s quite some time since I last did that. All I could hear was the distant sound of traffic, … Continue reading

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LensScapes will disapppear for a while

I had better clarify that title. Some of you may have read it as ‘LensScaper’, thinking that there was a typo error in the title. No there isn’t an error. This blog is not disappearing, but my original website titled … Continue reading

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In clear air

When the cloud lifts and the visibility is clear, then the terrain opens up. The ski area of Whistler is vast but it is only when you get  up high, on a good day, that you start to appreciate that. … Continue reading

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Shafts of light

Our recent day out on the south coast started with sea mist and sea fog. It hung around into the afternoon and then finally started to clear so we took the scenic route home along the coast and near Beachy … Continue reading

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Breithorn

This is one of the great views across the Gorner Glacier from the Monte Rosa Hut Trail. The Mountain in the distance is the Breithorn – three miles away with a 1.4 mile summit ridge. On this particular day I … Continue reading

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