Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate

One of the reasons I like photographing old churches is that you see many intricate patterns in the floors, stained glass windows, the stone and wood carvings. They often prove a challenge to photograph and sometimes I much prefer the simplicity of the simple old stone churches that can be found here in North Wales.... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Twinkle

Normally at this time of the year I visit Saint Asaph Cathedral in North Wales to photograph the Christmas Tree. It’s a very large tree positioned just before the entrance to the Choir and twinkles with lots of Christmas lights. This year is no exception but there’s no tree. Just a small one in the... Continue Reading →

Check, Check…..And Check Again

I could kick myself. I was so intent on getting the exposure right for the stained glass windows that I forgot to check my surroundings. Can you see what’s bugging me? No! I’ll give you a clue. It’s white. Why oh why did I not take time to do a final check and make sure... Continue Reading →

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 →

52/2013 Week 25

Unlike many people when I go on holiday I don't take too many photographs. Holiday for me is to spend time with my wife and just relax. However, I do take my camera gear with me and sometimes I’ll take the odd photograph but it’s not the top priority. One of the reason we were... Continue Reading →

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