Tag Archives: Black and White

Snow-bound

A ski holiday is always a lottery. You book the holiday weeks if not months ahead and hope. Hope that there will be a good depth of snow, up high and at resort level. Hope that the sun will shine … Continue reading

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Standing Still

I was in London again yesterday for a meeting, and had lunch afterwards with my daughter at King’s Cross. King’s Cross railway station has recently undergone a major redevelopment that includes the addition of a vast semi-circular departures concourse with … Continue reading

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Two Seats

Sometimes I shoot an image and really have no idea what I will do with it, or even if I want it. There’s just something ‘there’ that I connect with almost at a subconscious level. Maybe it’s just the shapes, … Continue reading

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Tree Ghosts

Today’s post leads on from yesterday’s post. For the simple reason that today’s image is of the backside of the same building. If you missed yesterday’s post – Click here to take a look. I walked round this building wondering … Continue reading

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If you can’t take it, make it!

We learn by doing. That’s a universal truth. And learning how to post-process an Image is no exception. If you want to learn how to do something (where messing up isn’t a disaster) then more often than not it helps … Continue reading

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Poster People

Last week seemed a strange week – the temperatures suggested Spring but the countryside was disinclined to acknowledge that Spring might have arrived [see my comments in last Friday’s post, ‘In the Spirit of Optimism’]. Bereft of nature’s colours I … Continue reading

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Exoskeleton

Today’s image resulted from me being ‘let off the lead’ for half an hour in Milton Keynes centre while my wife shopped, without me fidgeting around in the background. A bonus for both parties – she got to shop hassle-free … Continue reading

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