Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflection

I had forgotten about this photograph which I took last year on a trip to my hometown of Glasgow. Whilst searching for something completely different this was thrown up by Lightroom based on the “keyword” red. And so to the photograph. It was a sec exposure at f11 and ISO 100. I used a tripod... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

Do you ever wonder how they come up with the subject for the Weekly Photo Challenge? I know I do, because sometimes their choice seems strange to say the least.Welsh ponies are allowed to roam wild in many parts of our countryside, locally, the Carneddau mountains in Snowdonia has a semi-feral population of about 180... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Family

John and Harriet Arthurs lived nearly all of their lives in Sampford Peverell, Devon. In a previous Weekly Photo Challenge I used a photograph of John and Harriet's gravestone to explain how I use a digital camera to record family history information such as gravestones, churches, places the family lived. Born in 1817 in the... Continue Reading →

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