Tag Archive: photography

Photo: Blackpool Donkeys

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Taken on my iPhone and edited with the Snapseed app.

Photo: China

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ornamental flower

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Love this!

Photo: Hoots!

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My city has been taken over by owls! All around the city there are colourful owls like this one. They’re part of an arts fest and there are two trails you can follow,… Continue reading

Photo: Ancient Trees

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These trees are hundreds of years old, in Sutton Park in the West Midlands, UK. It’s the seventh largest urban park in Europe, and covers 2,400 acres. In it is the remains of… Continue reading

Photo: Dusky Rose

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A Beautiful Mindset

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Photo: Glastonbury Tor

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Photo: Harry

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One of the many cats that passes through the garden – I called him Harry because he’s ginger, like the Prince!

Photo: Pop-Art Shadows

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Got a bit arty-farty! Original photo is of shadows on a leaf of my calla lily.

Photo: A Rose By Any Other Name

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Photo: Funeral Crown

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The crown was constructed by medieval jewellery expert George Easton, and takes inspiration for its design from historical sources relating to the infamous monarch, including illustrations and surviving relics from the period. “The… Continue reading

Eclipse 2015

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Taken this morning – the cloud cover was thin enough to see through, luckily! It cleared shortly after I took these and now we have a glorious spring day.

Photo: Spring Day

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Taken on Saturday with an iPhone 5  

Photo: Carousel

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Photo: Squirrel

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Taken in a park in Weston Super Mare, Somerset, last November. They make their displeasure known if you don’t have anything to feed them!

Reflections

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“Reflect upon your present blessings – of which every man has many – not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.” ― Charles Dickens

St Marychurch

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The churchyard in St Marychurch, Devon.

Um, Ok….

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A rather interesting arrangement, seen at a garden show! Captions, anyone?

Hope

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Great A’Tuin

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Playing with an original photo of a wooden turtle sculpture. (But without the four elephants and the Discworld on his back, sadly!)

Seagull

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Bristol Cathedral

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I loved the contrast between the cool light of the arch in the foreground and the golden warmth of light inside it. However, the photo doesn’t do it justice!

Two Degrees

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Print available to buy from Fine Arts America

Everlasting Gratitude

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Reflections

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The Grand Pier at Weston-Super-Mare. First opened in 1904, then destroyed by fires in both 1930 and 2008 (obviously I don’t remember the 1930 incident, but it was big news in the UK… Continue reading

Butterfly

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Played with the sepia tones on this one. If nothing ever changed, there’d be no butterflies Author Unknown

Trees in Apple Orchards

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The Castle on the Rock

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A view of Edinburgh Castle, taken last year. I usually go the Edinburgh Fringe each year with two friends but for a variety of reasons, we couldn’t make it this year. I’m sure… Continue reading

Second Spring

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Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. Albert Camus  

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