Posts tagged ‘autumn’
A walk up in the surrounding area – cold but dry!! Not been here before – Leather Tor Bridge – a stunning construction!
A trip out with iPhotography machine through the woods a little further up the Tamar Valley. A busy river and flooded fields!
Just in the garden looking at the field and trees around us with the real camera – the colours are so splendid this year.
I have really got into using the iPhone camera and in particular an app called ‘Camera!’ that has lots of instant post production components – well lots if you buy it, but enough if you do not! I took some autumn pics with the Nikon and will put those up soon, but this is so instant! It even sends them to the computer when I am not looking – if only it could make sandwiches……
A Friday morning walk on Dartmoor with just the point and shoot. It is amazingly green and wet for this time of year and the animals seem to have plenty of grazing!
I have started the process of getting ready for the Exhibition which will be at Art at the Works Tavistock the week before Christmas. The first run has been selecting images for the big cards. Next will be printing smaller cards here if I can get the photo printer running!!
So here are a few images that will become greetings cards……
Just a few from Fireworks at Calstock.
Been travelling around!! On the Lost Coast, into the Gulch, the back of beyond and Redwoods. Weather has been mixed but with amazing sun and hot as well as rain and mist – I like 4 wheel drive on the rough wet roads……
Here are a few photos……..
Here are a few more – bit of a rush – sunset in Arcata after the rains, the Pacific Ocean from Route 1, a deer in a local park in Garberville and the odd view – enjoy!
Another trip to the Redwoods, this time with time and a tripod as it is dark in there! Also a few of a town we stay in. Also, on a trip to see friends in the outback we came around a corner (already reduced to a few MPH because of road conditions) and there were a few Elk, then more and more so we kept quiet and still as the bull has big antlers and would think nothing of attacking the odd car…
Plus one taken at night – there is no light pollution (no mains power for miles so no street lights) at all apart from the lights from the house so millions of stars and the Milky Way are visible!