Category Archives: Winter

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If You Don’t Go, You Don’t Get!

I’m a big believer in the saying “If you don’t go, you don’t get”, but I have to say, I’m as guilty as anyone for saying, “The weather’s not very good, I’ll not go this […]

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Follow Your Own Path

Janet kindly bought me a copy of the “Masters of Landscape Photography” book for Christmas and it proved a really interesting read. Marc Adamus did lots of processing on his images while others did very […]

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Getting to Know Your Own Patch

Constantly photographing the same place may seem like a waste of time at first, but in reality, the light and the conditions are never the same twice, so it can be an interesting and challenging […]

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Keeping An Open Mind

The Making of the Reine Panorama Following the interest in Janet’s Reine panorama image, I thought a brief account of how this set of images came about might be of interest. We’d arrived in Reine […]

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A Baa-rilliant Day On The Moors

Tuesday was due to be snowy, so I set the alarm for early and headed down the lane near home to a location I’d had in mind for a while. As the light came up […]

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Light, Camera, Passion

This say photography is all about light, composition and passion, but to my mind it’s light that is right up there at the top of the list. Wednesday morning I woke up to a heavy […]