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Battling with Sunshine…

Given the weather from the last few weeks it does seem somewhat contrary to complain when a nice sunny day comes along.   Well being ‘ somewhat contrary‘ is a curse I have had to live with for a very long … Continue reading

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Housebound…

For reasons that are just too boring to go into I am a bit housebound just now.  So the ultimate challenge – how do you make the ordinary interesting?   Not sure whether these are the answer. I’ve just checked the … Continue reading

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20 things you never knew about the Sony A7 Mk 2

I really do apologise for the crap clickbait title to this blog…I must try better.  Anyway the real point of this post is that it is just over one year since I bought my almost new A7 Mk 2 and … Continue reading

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Addendum…

Today Yesterday Perhaps I was just a little too rash to downplay how brave/foolhardy I am.   Luckily the flood waters are subsiding – so perhaps not quite as brave as first reported!

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Wet Underfoot…

  As I mentioned yesterday we have had a significant amount of rain in a very short amount of time.  To the north of the country this has caused many problems where bridges have been washed away, houses inundated and … Continue reading

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House Keeping…

  At the end of each month I have a look back through the images I captured from the previous month to see if there are any images I might have overlooked.  These are the three I thought were worth … Continue reading

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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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