Tag Archives: Beacon Hill

Doing all the wrong things…on top of the world…

  Over the past few weeks my YouTube feed has been full of  photographers telling other photographers how to make photographs.   Whilst they do help up to a point all they end up doing is say that you should make … Continue reading

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Not what I was expecting…

So much for all those plans.  Today was supposed to be an early rise out amongst the freezing mist – no mist/no sunrise!   Next plan:  Go to Charnwood Forest and try and capture the hard bleakness of the coming winter … Continue reading

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That Was The Winter That Was….

  So that is that then…winter is over!   Spring is here, well at least as far as the meteorologists are concerned (and me).  Whether the weather shares this point of view is another matter.   Now we are into March what … Continue reading

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A very long time ago…

  A long time ago I read the Arthur C Clarke short story The Sentinel.   It was the inspiration for the film 2001: A Space Odyssey and formed the first act.  In the story a structure of incalculable age was … Continue reading

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Lies, Damn Lies and the Canon Battery Indicator

Always check your equipment the night before has been a mantra that I have lived by for many years.  I haven’t always achieved this and have paid the price from time to time.   So last night I checked the … Continue reading

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