Tag Archives: landscape

One way ticket to a mad man

One of the joys (?) of photography is that you have to work with the available light.   Yes you can enhance things in post production but without really good light you start to struggle.  Yesterday at Stowe garden was … Continue reading

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Mellow fruitfulness

Travelling around the country at this time of year makes one realise that autumn comes earlier in different places.   Here in the soft southern lands south of the Trent the autumn is only now starting to take a grip.   … Continue reading

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Project LV One – Day 347 – Camera on Calke

Today I visited one of my favourite places in the whole wide world (just a touch of hyperbole I know but who cares?) – Calke Abbey.  I was told a story many years ago that one of my less than … Continue reading

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Project LV One – Day 122 – Hardwick Hall

Today was a recharge the batteries day.  Saturday had been a bit of a mope so I thought I needed to get out and give myself a good talking too – so off to the Hardwick Hall for us all. … Continue reading

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I just can’t stop drawing

  Some times, just sometimes I can’t stop myself – I just keep drawing.  Over the past few days I’ve really started to think about making drawings that are not people but rather landscape.  This has always been a bit … Continue reading

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Project LV One – Day 20 – Big Sky

The Fens is one of the few places in England where you get a really big sky.  Of course this is a bit of an optical illusion as the amount of sky that is visible in any one place is … Continue reading

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Bloody thou art, bloody will be thy end

  The more I look into the idea of 10 years the more it falls apart.  Two of these images were captured in the 1980’s on Kodachrome 64, scanned into the computer in 2000 and finally remastered in 2014.  Now … Continue reading

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