A moody sky and a pleasant walk with my son then gave way to a splendid sunset. I could have chosen many images, but this one was my favourite. Below – the before the sun set.
This picture is notable because it chronicles the trip we didn’t take to Freemantle! I thought that was where the ferry was going to take us. Instead it took us to the other side of the Swan River to South Perth, where we had a couple of pints of beer and watched the dismal performance
This part of Western Australia – the stretch north of Perth – is called The Sunset Coast, and for good reason. Jenny patiently waited whilst I set up my gear, using the small Gorilla Pod perched on a rock – just above water level and I experimented with getting shots of the sunset and the
One of the images I took for the OU Digital Photography course. I took this subject from many different angles until I got this one, with the low-angle sun shining exactly where I wanted it. Maybe the background is a bit distracting, but I don’t think so. The statue recalls (at least for me) the
This image, another one from the OU course, has become a favourite of mine. It shows a fishing boat leading the way out from the lock that controls the passage to the Severn Estuary and from Cardiff Bay. The early morning light, the light on the boat, the ribbons in the water and the views
I like this image taken during my birthday present trip to St Petersburg with David James. The reason – I managed to get the dome dead centre, and I was chuffed at that! 🙂 Here are some more from the trip to Helsinki and St Petersburg from Google Photos.