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This is probably the final post from my recent combined family holiday and  bird photography on Texel and so I thought I share a few images of the beautiful bluethroat and some of the landscapes of the island. The bluethroats are found in the dunes down on the SW corner of the island, but the […]

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Brockadale photographed in Infra Red The skies were blue with white fluffy clouds all morning today and so after lunch, I decided to head to Brockadale to try out my infra red converted Fuji XPro1 on the landscape and to maybe shoot a few insects with the macro gear. However, by the time I arrived […]

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Spring wild flowers | wildflower photography | British wildflowers  I headed up to Ox-close Woods today to photograph spring wild flowers in a British woodland setting as the forecast had been for a cloudy bright day which is perfect for flower photography. However, by the time I arrived at the site, the sun was blazing […]

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Just returned from a short break with the family where I managed to get some Yorkshire Dales landscape photography under the belt. The weather was fairly kind with mixed spells of sunshine and high clouds which made for dramatic skies when converted to black and white. There were lots of curlew and lapwing breeding in […]

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This is a shot of a prehistoric Neolithic burial tomb in faux infra red that I took a while ago in the Dordogne. I used a R72 deep red filter over the lens to capture the upper frequencies normally associated with the infra red spectrum. Using this method, one has to compose and set the […]

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This is a shot from a while ago, but I’m just cataloging a load of old work and at the sane time reprocessing the images where necessary. It’s amazing how much I’ve learned over the years about how to get the best out of the raw data file and some of the images I edited, […]

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I’ve been reprocessing a few old images including this shot of Black Nab at sunset, Saltwick Bay which I took a couple of years ago. I’d gone up to the coast hoping for a good sunset but the sky remained fairly grey all day and I only had a trace of a sunset. This exposure […]

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The nights are drawing in and the days are getting shorter, but the late summer sun is really at its best just now, especially when it falls on a stunning vista like this. This is Curbar Edge in Derbyshire with late summer light bathing the purple flowering heather moorland and kissing the edges of the […]

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