From a summer holiday a couple of years ago. The local beach near to where my sister lives in the UK has these small huts which are well maintained, and function as a home away from home for the lucky few. I liked the clouds that day they always can be used to add a little drama to a shot. I deliberately took a low angle and shot upwards . I love the diverging verticals of the huts too like they are being squeezed ever so slightly.
Nikon AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
PP HDR Efex Pro II and some little tweeks in PS.
Nikon F – Lens : 50mm
Model : Charlie´s legs (and hands) 🙂
The Tour of Norway passed close to my doorstep on Wednesday this week. Being I am a big cycling fan I placed myself where I knew they would have to take a sharp lefthand turn. I lay in the grass with my camera ready and shot off a load of images. After the leaders and the main Peloton had blasted past a straggler from the Uno-X team came into view. He threw his empty bottle away and that was my souvenir of the day…plus this shot. So whomever you were (I didn’t get your number) thank you.
Nikon 14-24 f/2.8G ED @24mm
PP Silver efex Pro II
Yes next week it’ll be the 17th of May, National Day. For one day the whole of Norway is in party mood. Parades, National dress, ice cream, marching bands, and waving royalty, the whole works. It’s always fun to watch with everyone in their finery.
So Think of Norway on the 17th, and maybe raise a glass to celebrate with us.
Nikon 24-70 f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S
Those three girls again… I walked past them again on Thursday and this time got up close and personal with the middle one. Almost demonic shot at 24mm.
I had to have a stiff drink afterwards…. 😉
Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8
Nikon F – Lens Nikkor 35mm (I received it for my birthday!) 🙂 – Film Bergger 400
Ian and David sharing a joke intended for last Saturdays Burns night supper
A good time was had by all.
Nikon 24-70 f/2.8
1/80th at f/13 iso6400 +bounced flash.
Bumping up the ahhh! factor . Meet Max my daughters new puppy she brought him over to say hello at Christmas dinner. He promptly fell asleep on the sofa.
Nikon 24-70 f2.8
My other big pastime is cycling I took this on a visit to the Lee Valley Velodrome in London. I even got to cycle around it for an hour. One of the bucket list.
Nikon 20mm 2.8 AIS via Novoflex LEINIK adapter.
Ok I have a little weakness. I do enjoy a whisky now and again. My last one was 3 weeks ago at a whisky tasting in Oslo. I will at least share the picture I took with you. However I’ve still some Monochromian’s I’d like to raise a glass…or two with.
Nikon 24-70 f/2.8
Silver Efex pro2 with just a touch of Ambrotype filter to give this shot a little whisky colour.