Lake Assynt, Scotland. Three shot panoramic with a Fuji X-T3. See below for full description. Today I wanted to share another image from my recent Scotland trip. I suspect there will be a few more yet to come. Originally, I had intended this to be a black and white shot, but it doesn’t work as … Continue reading More Landscape Photography from the Scottish Highlands
Last weekend I headed up to the Lake District with my friend Steve. This trip was a little different as we were going to meet up with our friend Ed who we hadn’t seen for four years. To mark the occasion, we decided to explore some new areas around Derwent Water that we might not … Continue reading Friday Image No.193
Back in winter 2013, I visited Bamburgh in Northumberland with a friend. We had both been to the area quite a few times and we had high hopes for our trip. As we made our way down to the beach for what we were sure would be an amazing sunrise, our expectations were sky high. … Continue reading Finding Hidden Gems in Your Work
After a short break in Amsterdam last week, I’m now getting back into the groove of doing some work. This week’s Friday image is one I shot whilst I was in Amsterdam (what a great city and nice people by the way - I’m definitely going to return for another visit). This shot isn’t what … Continue reading Friday Image No. 192.
If you’re a regular follower of this blog, you will have noticed there wasn’t a Friday Image last week. This is because I was in Amsterdam for a short break with my wife where we also met up with our daughter, her husband and our grandson. We returned on Saturday and I headed over to … Continue reading No Friday Image
After all my recent problems the Drobo is now back up and running. BUT, it only using three disks and not four. In my previous post on the subject I mentioned that I had to return one of the replacement 3TB drives that had failed. To replace that drive, I ordered a new 4TB from … Continue reading The Drobo is Back
If you know the Lake District, you will know there are a few amazing passes to drive: Wrynose/Hardknott Kirkstone Honister Whilst these passes are spectacular, you might not realise the best view is often above you. The image here is looking down onto Honister Pass from the summit of Dale Head (753m). It doesn’t sound … Continue reading Friday Image No.190