Tag Archives: Black and White Photography

Yellow oil Part 2

One of the benefits of being part of the WordPress on-line community is that fellow photographers make suggestions when they see an image they like. When I posted the full colour version of this, Linda Grashoff who I have known … Continue reading

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Glass Screen

Visiting a coastal town at or near high tide can limit the number of opportunities for shoreline photography, and on this occasion forced me inland to explore the town centre. This was the case last weekend when we re-visited Worthing, … Continue reading

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Cuckmere Haven at dusk

The WordPress Reader may destroy the composition of this image – so if you are viewing it in the Reader and don’t see people (on the left) and cottages (on the right) as intended – and understandably think what a … Continue reading

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Gossamer Threads

Here’s something you don’t see very often, if at all. Gossamer threads at ground level. This image was taken on our short walk on the South Downs as seen in the previous post – click here to view. My wife … Continue reading

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Leith Hill re-visited

A third visit to Leith Hill on another fine day and as ever my eye was drawn to the coniferous trees that populate the flattish summit of the hill like sentinels. Regular readers may remember the two previous visits at … Continue reading

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Drama or Picture perfect?

The Matterhorn is the mountain that draws people to Zermatt. That has always been the case and will forever be the case. And every one who comes to Zermatt wants to see the perfect picture – the chocolate box shot, … Continue reading

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After Rain

After rain, low-lying clouds fill the valleys in a constant state of flux. Looking back down the valley my eye was attracted to the roof-lines echoing the ridge lines of the lower slopes of the Mischabel chain of mountains.

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