Out to Pasture

Photographed at Hartland Quay in North Devon. Above the rocks at Hartland Quay, before you go down a winding road to the shoreline, lies this old wooden boat. It is surprising what you can find on the hillside. 😀 😀 😀

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Bicycles, Tricycles, Motorcycles, Unicycles

As we got off of the Tube at Westminster and went to cross Westminster Bridge towards the London Eye, along came a group of cyclists.  Some on newer bikes but many were on old-fashioned bikes, including tricycles and Penny Farthings Posted as Part of Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Bicycles, Tricycles, Motorcycles, Unicycles

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Focus

I wanted the focus to be on the tall ship and not the building.  So I used a lot of radial filters to highlight the ship by increasing the exposure and a few graduated filters to darken and soften the areas around the ship. For more information about the Tuesday Photo Challenge and how to … Continue reading Tuesday Photo Challenge – Focus

Photo for the Week – 22 – Festive

Today will be the final Photo for the Week for 2018. I want to thank everyone the joined in last week's challenge for their entries. And I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Every one dreams of a White Christmas and here in Kent.. we won't be having a … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 22 – Festive

Photo for the Week – 21 – Trees

First of all, thanks go to everyone who entered last week's challenge and congratulations on making the challenge a success.  I really enjoyed viewing your macro photographs.  And I am sure that, they have given other readers the inspiration to try macro photography. Now, this week is tree's and unfortunately, my time was limited this … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 21 – Trees

Photo for the Week – 20 – Macro

First of all, thanks go to everyone who entered last week's challenge and congratulations on making the challenge a success.  We had some beautiful leaves entered into the competition.  This week it is Macro and one of the images I took was of my dog's nose as he was lying there asleep. I was surprised … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 20 – Macro

Photo for the Week – 19 – Leaves

First of all, thanks go to everyone who entered last week's challenge and congratulations on making the challenge a success.  And my sincere apologies if I didn't get back to you on your submissions, but I was on holiday and to be perfectly honest the signal was horrendous. There were some stunning boat and ship … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 19 – Leaves

Photo for the Week – 18 – Boats

First of all, thanks go to everyone who entered last week's challenge and congratulations on making the challenge a success.  The mountain images submitted were stunning... and I loved viewing your entries.  Now, this week's topic is Boats.   And below is a selection of boat images we've taken over the years.  I look forward … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 18 – Boats

RDP Friday: TRUCK

For my first image into todays Ragtag Daily Prompt called truck I thought I would start off with an image of a Ford Truck on Route 66 at Hackberry. Of course every truck has to have a truck-stop.  So again another image from Hackberry. Well they are the obvious things for truck.. but today I … Continue reading RDP Friday: TRUCK

26 Weeks Letter Challenge: ‘M’ – Morris Motor

  Doesn't a week fly by so quickly? It hardly seems seven days since the last 26 Weeks Letter Challenge and the letter for this week is 'M'.  Well the above photograph has four M's in it...  It is a Morris Motor with Mirrors and is coloured Maroon.  I picture four M's..  Once again thank you … Continue reading 26 Weeks Letter Challenge: ‘M’ – Morris Motor

WPC – Numbers

  This week's WordPress Photo Challenge is about Numbers..  For my entry I have used a photograph taken back in May 2015 at the Grand Canyon South Rim Railway Station as we were about to board our train back to Williams.   Originally I was going to just process this photo in monochrome...   But … Continue reading WPC – Numbers