Monthly Archives: April 2011

Sarah and Stewart met me this evening at “Loch Lomond Shores” in lovely sunshine. We spent an hour or so enjoying the sun and having fun capturing some photographs. Sarah and Stewart have recently adopted a gorgeous rescue dog called “Todd”, but he was deemed too excitable to be part of the shoot; when he…

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Whitelees windfarm with 140 turbines, is the largest in Europe. This turbine is 110 metres high when the tip is at its highest point. This picture is from below where the noise in a steady wind was impressive, but 2 minutes walk away, inaudible. Sigma 10-20 is good for this kind of thing even though…

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  • martin

    I think these are so elegant yet other people hate them with a vengance.

Some people are just incredible fun to photograph. Stuart is in my A list for this!

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I went on my motorbike today to visit my uncle John. John was always my favourite uncle and I love him immensely. It was great to see him today, we had a great afternoon talking bikes and cameras. He was tickled by my little Sony Nex5 and the old Olympus 28mm lens with adapter I…

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