Thursday Doors – Abandoned Barn

An abandoned barn at Cliffe, Rochester, Kent. Camera Settings Camera: Canon EOS 1100DLens: EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-6.6 IS STIMF/Number: f/6.3ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 18mm Shutter Speed: 1/160 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC As we were driving through Cooling/Cliffe near Rochester one day along the country lanes we stumbled across this old barn... even in its dilapidated state, I … Continue reading Thursday Doors – Abandoned Barn

The Ford at Winsford

A photograph of the ford water crossing at Winsford in Somerset Camera Settings Camera: Canon EOS 600DLens: EF-S18-55mmF/Number: f/8.0ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 18mmShutter Speed: 1/40 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC You take a break and all things change. It seems Norm is taking a well earning break from Thursday Door's and we have a new host … Continue reading The Ford at Winsford

Lynmouth Harbour

A photograph of the harbour at Lynmouth in Devon Camera Settings Camera: Canon EOS 70DLens: EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-6.6 IS STMF/Number: f/7.1ISO: 160 Focal Distance: 18mm Shutter Speed: 1/160 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC Well it is day two of my experiment... and so far so good. I have even managed to form some sort of Workflow. … Continue reading Lynmouth Harbour

Photo for the Week – 16 – Sepia

First of all, thanks go to everyone who entered last week's challenge.  One of the forms of Photography that I like doing is Monochrome photography, especially Sepia work, so for this week's challenge, I thought we would go for the topic of Sepia. Sepia -  A photograph in a brown tint. Below is a selection … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 16 – Sepia

Fur-Baby Friday -FBF 1

  Another great passion I have is dogs.  My life wouldn't be the same without an animal in the house.  Even when I go on holiday, I can't wait to pick up my fur-babies from the kennels.  At the moment we have two Golden Retrievers.. well not so golden as they are blonde... called Stewie … Continue reading Fur-Baby Friday -FBF 1

Soft petals from Belmont House Gardens

Sometimes you get a photograph and you have shot it either at the wrong angle or there is just something you don't like about it. The photograph from above came from this photograph straight out of the camera, pictured on the left below. But with a bit of cropping and a slight twist of the … Continue reading Soft petals from Belmont House Gardens