Monthly Archives: March 2014

ISO – the high numbers!

Recently “Camera Mags” have been extolling the virtues of cameras with the capabilities of high ISO settings. It makes good reading and generally leaves one with the feeling that perhaps we are missing out on something. That we all need … Continue reading

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Mottisfont National Trust

A romantic house and gallery set in beautiful riverside gardens, ancient trees, bubbling brooks and rolling lawns frame this lovely old house. Crafted from a medieval priory, it is full of surprises, with art that intrigues and delights. Carpets of … Continue reading

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Spring.

As part of the celebration to the arrival of spring I thought I would add a few shots of blossom and buds taking over the landscape. Glorious days.

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Weekend walk.

The weekend sunshine prompted a walk in the countryside. Not too far away, just on the outskirts of the town. However, the route wasn’t planned and so it was interesting to see what turned up. Mostly wonderful scenery with blossom … Continue reading

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Found in the park.

It’s difficult to remember when the change happened. In fact, I’m sure it didn’t happen suddenly. The reality is that we are surrounded by change. It’s just that we either, ignore it, don’t notice it, haven’t visited the area recently, … Continue reading

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Spring has sprung

Just a few weeks ago we were in the midst of terrible floods. People were suggesting that it would take weeks or even months for things to return to normal. Certainly structural damage will take many months, if not longer, … Continue reading

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