Tag Archives: Shadows

Ghostly Figures

Today’s image follows on from yesterday’s: another image spotted en passant. This time at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill. I was actually supposedly engaged in looking round an exhibition recording the opening of the Pavilion in 1935 and … Continue reading

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Look – again

Today’s post follows on from yesterday’s ‘Look! – for critique’. Thanks so much to all of you who responded to my request for comments and critique on that image. It is further evidence of the pleasure of being part of … Continue reading

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Look! – for critique

I’m putting up an image today for you to critique. It’s an image shot instinctively yesterday in Islington, London. It was a cold, but sunny day, and as I walked southwards the sun suddenly appeared from behind a tall building … Continue reading

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Seeing Ghosts

I was in London on Halloween on a back street just off the side of Regent Street – one of the capital’s busiest shopping streets. I noticed an old building with windows to match – every pane of glass seemed … Continue reading

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Seen from a Chair

I was riding uphill on a chair lift watching the shadows. And then I saw this.

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Seeing Shadows

At long last the Jet Stream has moved north allowing High Pressure to build over Western Europe including the UK. Finally, the rain has stopped and we have settled dry weather with blue skies and soaring temperatures – 20C yesterday … Continue reading

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Out for Lunch #2

This is the second in a series on ‘Out for Lunch’ with a camera, others will follow. Today we are at Wrest Park. Wrest Park  – a country house and estate in Bedfordshire – has featured in a number of … Continue reading

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