Lligwy Wave

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I don’t normally comment on my own work, but I do like this image. Not sure why, but maybe that’s the appeal.

The Prime Minister’s Tree

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Yesterday was a beautiful bright and crisp winters day and so I set out in search of 3 trees I noticed some time ago with the idea of photographing them.  That’s what I do.  If I see something and the light isn’t right, I make a mental note and return.  When I reached the place where I thought I’d seen them, they had gone.  I know I had the right location because I saw them after photographing the Prime Minister (shameless name drop, so would you).  Not to feel too despondent, I shot this little bugger instead.

Old Photographer

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Sometimes I feel like I’ve been doing this job for a long, long time

autumn colour

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Is it possible that too much detail can detract from the feel of a picture? These 2 pictures are of the same scene. Which one suggests Autumn more for you?

Bog Hopping

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I know the possibility of this happening is extremely rare, but I feel it’s worth considering, however remote. Should you be driving to an extremely important business meeting and you get distracted by a great landscape possibility with a dramatic sky, don’t park up and vault a dry stone wall into a field of deep, deep heather which may hide a quagmire that could swallow you up to your knees. Arriving looking like a bog hopper could take some explaining. Bear it in mind however unlikely it may be.

Casa Matta

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Recent mouthwatering shots from Casa Matta with Paul Newman​  If you eat with your eyes first, why don’t more restaurants show their food on their websites?  These guys do and they rock it.