Tag Archives: Silhouettes

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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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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Coastal view

For the first time since our house move we went down to the coast (Worthing) on a Sunday. We picked a very busy day indeed – a festival was in full swing with all the fun of the fair. Noisy … Continue reading

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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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Moving round the arena

Last Friday I spent a very enjoyable afternoon with my son at the Velodrome in the Olympic Park, London. Images from that event are currently being processed and there will be a post of a selection of images of the … Continue reading

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Waiting

The walkway at King’s Cross station in London, that crosses over the main concourse, is frequently a photo opportunity. There is always someone on the move or standing up there waiting: watching the departure boards, phoning or texting, or just … Continue reading

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Two Adults, One Toddler

While in Caterham, Surrey a couple of weeks ago I walked through a small shopping mall.     I was attracted by the light at the open end of the covered mall and the silhouettes of the shoppers moving out of the … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Travellers

There is a clue to where today’s image was taken in the four letters visible – LAUS. But you’ll have to either guess or read to the end of the post to find out. Let me set the scene. It … Continue reading

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Chalk Track Walkers

We are back on Ivinghoe Beacon in Bedfordshire today, on the edge of the Chiltern Hills. Barely a hill, but it’s the nearest thing to free-standing high ground in my area of Middle England. It’s composed of chalky ground, so … Continue reading

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The Ninety Second Shoot

Luck happens. But also luck comes to you if you are looking for it. Sometimes it happens fast and when you least expect it. You need to be employing that ‘seeing eye’, camera in hand, ready to react, almost without … Continue reading

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