Quite a nice sunset today and not too bad for phone pics….
Posts Tagged ‘photography’
I used to tramp these hills when I went to Sheffield University many aeons ago. They’ve not changed much over the years. The route followed took us all from Burbage along the Fiddler’s Elbow onto Higger Tor, towards Carl Wark. The Longshaw Estate followed for the walk down Padley Gorge. Stopped at Grindleford Station for [...]
I could do with some summer sunshine. I took these last year while out with Big James – a great photographer. He gave me a few tips and away I went. Some shots over Curbar Edge at sunset, a lovely location and not too hard to get to.
The Spirit of Hadrian’s Wall is a delightful photographic account of the Roman Wall, sent to me by Roger and Lorna Ashman of the Tantallon House Bed and Breakfast at Gilsland. The B&B is a short stroll away from the wall itself and marks the start of the best section of the wall. You can [...]
Here’s a quick picture to be followed by a little story later on when I’ve finished golfing
I took quite a few panorama shots during the walk, and as expected the mountain shots are the most spectacular. But each day represents something special and sums up the landscape fairly well. Note that day six is absent due to the weather – you’ll have to read the blog for that one. Hope these [...]
There had been a big solar flare arriving on planet earth around the 20th Jan, which lit up the northern skies with some good displays of the Northern Lights. Me being a little busy missed out on the chance of seeing these and I made a last ditch attempt to see if there were any [...]
A day of camera tuition with James (Granty) Grant – http://jamesgphotography.co.uk/ took us out to a delightful part of Derbyshire. Chrome Hill is just south of Buxton, and is a favourite location for James – usually nice and peaceful and very photogenic. I’ve been using a Sony A700 camera for a year or so, and [...]
It’s beautiful…but is it the best?