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I spent time this week sorting out my collection of photographs and sorting them into some kind of order. It is good to look back and this weeks photograph is one from our trip to Iceland in October 2017. It … Continue reading
V&A and Discovery in the evening sun. Taken through the fencing surrounding the site as it isn’t yet open. It’ll be interesting to go back to photograph when the V&A is open. Fujifilm X-E1, Fujinon XC 15-45mm.
Summer Sun And Shadows
I am doing a diploma in photography and I thought I’d try out some stuff I’ve learned about exposure. I was out with Max for a walk in the woods and saw this little clearing with the sun shining on … Continue reading
Tom Gives It 100%
Tom bowling for Forfarshire at Strathmore Cricket Club. Tom took 3 wickets. Strathmore won, 226 runs against 164. Fujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm. Processed from raw in Lightroom.
This week we have a photograph of Max doing what Max likes best, enjoying a trip to the beach. It was a nice day at the beach at Barry Buddon, and for a change the Army weren’t using the firing … Continue reading
Tired After DofE Weekend
My son Tom and his friends finishing their two day Duke of Edinburgh Bronze expedition in the Glenshee area. Apple iPhone 6. Processed in Lightroom.
Arbroath Harbour Monochrome
In Arbroath with Max for a walk round the harbour, we came across these lobster creels. I had the Fujifilm X-E1 with me so I thought I’d try a monochrome image for a change. On our way back to the … Continue reading
The Bonnet State near Gateside in Fife. This stone has been eroded over thousands of years to produce this amazing shape. Fujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm, 3 stop ND grad. Processed from raw in Lightroom.
Tom Don’t Like Cricket, Oh No, He Love It
Tom playing cricket at a Presidents v Captains pre-season match. Tom was playing in the Captains team. He looks happy with his performance. Fujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm. Processed from raw in Lightroom.
Ardestie Earth House
Ardestie Earth House near Monifieth. The earth house was excavated in 1949 and 1950. It is not known exactly what earth houses were used for. It is an interesting structure. Fujifilm X-T1, Fujinon XC 16-50mm. Processed from raw in Lightroom.