All of the photographs this week have something in common. Can you see what it is? Lightning over a field in Prestatyn Photo editing is changing. More and more companies who produce photography software are turning to Artificial Intelligence to make editing photographs a far simpler and quicker process. Time is of the essence, particularly... Continue Reading →
Why Is Everything Yellow?
Wednesday night I was in Rhyl with my local camera club for an informal session down by the harbour and the beach. During the day we had been having on and off thunderstorms and at 7 pm when we were due to meet it was still raining. But according to my weather and cloud app... Continue Reading →
Now it might seem silly but I got bored writing about Egypt and I'm sure you were also finding it starting to get boring. Temple after temple, there's only so much hieroglyphics you can look at. Anyway I decided to use some time during the lock-down to just watch some great photography videos and maybe... Continue Reading →
I Forgot To Put A Title To This Post
Point of Ayr, the site of an old colliery, three side of the site are fenced, the fourth side is open. Where's the logic in that? Since my last visit, almost two years ago, nature has really taken over. There's not a lot to photograph on the site and the only real things of interest... Continue Reading →
Industrial North Wales
North Wales has a rich industrial heritage, probably best known for slate mining, but there were also copper and lead mines in existence. Today's post is really an experiment. Although I like the them I'm using on my blog I'm not too happy about the size of the images that are displayed. It was so... Continue Reading →