A photograph of St. Leonards on a stormy day given an Abstract Paint Effect Camera: Canon EOS 70DLens: Canon EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STMF/Number: f/7.1ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 35 mmShutter Speed: 1/640 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom Classic and Topaz Studio 2Photographer: Bren Ryan Posted as Part of Hammad's Weekend Sky #43 – Sep 25th
I hope everyone is OK and keeping safe in these worrying times. Thank you for your submissions for the last challenge called - Facade. WOW what a great set of entries for last week's challenge. The subject this week is Waves. Photographed at Folkestone in Kent. Photographed at Folkestone in Kent. I look forward to … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 69 – Waves
Posted as Part of Jez's Water Water Everywhere Photography Challenge.
Posted as Part of Wordless Wednesday.
Well the OH was winded off of work today... and as the sun was shining, even though it was windy we took a drive down to Folkestone. Those waves were crashing in.. mind you I did have to chuckle at the photographers that legged it when one came crashing in close to where they … Continue reading Tuesday Photo Challenge – Rough Seas
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
Memories of driving through Pebble Beach in California whilst touring the west coast back in May 2015
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
More rocks and waves from the Corton Coastline in Suffolk photographed in November 2018. Breath-taking! I just love the ruggedness of the coastline... so natural and such beauty.
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
First of all, apologies for no Photo For The Week, photography challenge last Monday.. you see it was our Silver Wedding Anniversary and we headed off for a weekend away. And like normal, me being totally unprepared I didn't do a post to publish. But no worries, the challenge will be back on Monday with … Continue reading Corton Coastline
I'm playing catchup again 😀 😀 😀 You see I was away last week and missed a lot of challenges that I normally enter.. so this week it is catchup. For Nancy Merrill's topic Above and Below I thought I would process seascape photos and use the waves as the subject. The photograph was taken … Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: From Above and Below
The challenge for this week is Splash... One thing I do love is the splashing sound waves make as they cascade on the seashore, as well as waterfalls. So for this challenge I am going to showcase some images, of waves and waterfalls.
Back in 2013, we had only just started our photography journey, when strong winds were going to lash the South Coast. Now, what better way to spend a Saturday afternoon, having to brace yourself against the strong winds and take images. Mind you I had to laugh, he decided to head for the beach and … Continue reading RDP THURSDAY – BRACE