Posted as Part of Jez's Water Water Everywhere Photography Challenge.
I felt a bit cheeky adding my PFTW image to Jez's WWE challenge. So I thought I would process another image of St. Leonards-on-Sea for Jez's Water Water Everywhere Challenge. Water Water Everywhere Photography Challenge.
A photograph of the beach and pier at St Leonard's, photographed today and given a paint effect in Topaz Impression.
I have never participated in this challenge and to be honest, I don't know who started it. However, it is a social media challenge, about sharing memories from way back on a Thursday. Hence the hashtag #throwbackthursday. So my memory is of this beautiful sunset photographed from the Monterey Beach Hotel in Monterey, USA.
A photograph of rocks at Pebble Beach in California, USA
Being a photographer that doesn't do people 😀 😀 😀 I have interpreted Nancy's At Play challenge for Photo a Week, as me playing around with colours in the HSL panel of Lightroom. The HSL Panel in Lightroom is a panel I very rarely touch. And it wasn't until I watched a video from Nigel Danson … Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: At Play
The subject this week set by Nancy is Opposite Weather. Well here in the UK we are in winter and I have chosen a photograph of Colwyn Bay in Wales, photographed during the Summer of 2019, whilst we were on holiday. Posted as Part of Nancy's A Photo a Week Challenge - Opposite Weather.
If you've ever visited Whitable in Kent the pebbled/shingled beach is full of dinghy sailing boats moored all ready to set sail. The above image is a photograph of Whitstable Beach and the boat ramp which is used to launch the many sailing boats that sail on the sea.
A photograph of the sea and red sky at Whitstable in Kent. Posted as part of Jez Braithwaite's Water Water Everywhere Photography Challenge.
Posted at Part of Wordless Wednesday.
A photograph of Holyhead in Wales processed in the new Luminar 4. To download your free trial click here.
During our vacation to the USA, on one of our coach trips, we drove through 17-Mile Drive and Pebble Beach. The Pacific coastline is spectacular. And a great place to photograph seascapes and wildlife. Posted as part of the Tuesday Photo Challenge - Coast.
First of all, thank you to all those that participated in the challenge set two weeks ago. My apologies for there being no challenge last week but real-life got in the way. Yet again. Anyway, I am back this week and the theme of the challenge is Blue. Blue hydrangeas are one of my favourite … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 43 – Blue
During our annual holiday to Wales, we went to a beach called Colwyn Bay not far from where we were staying at Bodelwyddan Castle. There was not a soul on the beach that day. I just loved how the sun was breaking through the clouds and glistening on the water.
A photograph of the beach and sea at Cliftonville Bay. Posted as part of the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge - Blue.
Thank you, Tina, for this Lens-Artists challenge called Taking a Break. This challenge couldn't have been apt as we were starting our holiday. You see, as Tina set this challenge we were heading via, Staffordshire for a few nights with family, to Wales. And on our break, we visited Llandudno. Believe it or not, this … Continue reading Lens-Artists Challenge #57 – Taking A Break
For my colour harmony image, curated by Tina at Travel and Trifles blog, I've selected an image I took at Cliftonville Bay in Kent. And it shows the harmony of the warm tones in the sands and the blue tones of the skies and sea. After processing the image in Lightroom I gave it a … Continue reading Lens-Artists Challenge #44 – Harmony
The coastline along the East Coast of the UK, is spectacular. The North Seas sure brings in some pretty big waves. Corton coastline is breath-taking, simply because it has not been commercialised. There are no arcades, no fun-fairs, just breath-taking views and an awe inspiring coastline. You know how you visit a place and think … Continue reading Corton Coastline – Rocks and Waves