Thursday, 22 April 2010

Port Logan

Ash my Ass

To answer Marks question. The first night and for all I knew the only night the ash cloud would be here and give a promised Armageddon sunset, well I was late. As a result it was a hell of a dash for a shot of the ash... cloud running a fair way, only arriving 10 mins before the sun disappeared. To make things worse it was a very low tide offering very little foreground, that and being out of breath did not help.

Anyway the result was a hugely exhilarating impressive nothing, nada, zilch, just the usual old sunset nothing different and the story was the same on successive nights bummer!! So the answer is, if it was there I didn't notice :(





Tuesday, 20 April 2010

I Am... I'm Me

and I'm still here! Sorry I'm workin seven (so much for it bein lucky) days a week at the moment, still takin shots but nae time to post... as this non rescaled shot is testament to

Sunday, 4 April 2010

WOOF

Forget snowdrops ;) I think the first sign that spring has sprung-ed is when you hear the call of the first Yellowhammer (yesterday) and when the first Dog Violet Erythronium dens-canis sticks it's napper above ground. Also known as a trout lily because of it's leaves.

shot with my old Pentax SMC-A 70-210mm on macro... not to bad for a lens I've had for over 20 years.... I was 2 when I got it :)


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