Tag Archives: Flower

Another Month Gone….

My friend told me the other week that when it comes to calculating how manys years such and such happened you must always remember to add one to your estimation because we all seem to have mental blockage about 2020. … Continue reading

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Life Does Tend to Throw You a Curve Ball From Time to Time…

Well this has been a bit of an interesting weekend! Fortunately, the weather has changed and it is nice again to sit out in the garden.

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How to Kill the Buzz…

So two weeks in and what little reserve of fun I had has totally evaporated.   Every day around 4pm I hit the UK Covid dashboard for the latest figures on just how the infection in Leicester is doing and I … Continue reading

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I Hate the Summer….

I know this is a very unpopular view to hold but it is true I don’t like the summer (Please excuse the hyperbole in the title.).  I really don’t like the way it gets very sticky and humid (I’m sure … Continue reading

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So goodbye spring…it’ll be hard to forget you!

Well that will be a spring that will last long in the memories.   Over the last three months I think I have written enough.   Lets us just hope that the summer is a lot more uneventful than the previous 3 … Continue reading

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Garden Bound….

  After all the excitement of actually getting out and enjoying the spring weather it was back to the garden.

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Photography….

Over time I have come to realise that the modern photographic world has hit a plateau.  One reason is that every conceivable photographic images has been captured and what we are all really doing is going over old ground (this … Continue reading

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Not always welcome…

  As summer approaches the flowers start to come out in force and it is so tempting to make photographic images of them.  But therein lies the problem.  Flowers need light to look their best but the combination of the … Continue reading

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Damp – Day 2

A wonderful day photographing the decline and decay associated with autumn at Hidcote Manor.   The only downside was that I had to keep telling the staff that the weather wasn’t bad it was just what I needed….they tended to look … Continue reading

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Suffering for my art…

Bright, flat daytime light is possibly some of the worst light for capturing images.   It makes for pleasant walking conditions, especially when there is a breeze, but capturing images – it can be a nightmare.   Today I found … Continue reading

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