Category Archives: Canon S95

  Last night I had a very brief hurl around the Kilberry road on the Kintyre peninsula and stopped to admire the cloudy Jura view. Just as I do when cycling, I carry my little Canon S95 compact with me so I grabbed a snap. The interesting thing for me is the sheer flexibility of…

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  • Dick

    Wow, quite a dramatic difference.

No cycling today as I had the immense pleasure of photographing a local artist instead and naturally seized the photo-opportunity with both hands. I will post my favourite shots once we have chosen them together, so in the meantime, I thought you might like to see my other photo-efforts from today. I went for a brief motorcycle…

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  • Lorr

    I really really like the 1st of these…I find it very allegorical whilst at the same time serene…I’m sure others would do too…worth entering into a photo competition, I would say…

  • Thank you Lorraine, much appreciated. Landscape is really not my specialism, but it is nice to get the odd success.

I love my gorgeous bike as I may have mentioned before. Today it carried me to Keils on the Tayvallich peninsula which has a lovely view of Jura and it’s eponymous paps. There was a cleft in the rock outcrop which I climbed to get a better view which just said “put the Trek in…

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Graham: Cyclist, Social Businessman and Conversationalist While out riding today I met the gentleman you see in this picture. We rode together and chatted for a few miles before enjoying a coffee together in Tayvallich. Graham was on holiday in Argyll and tells me that every time he has stayed in Tayvallich over the years…

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  I went for a cycle today crossing the Kintyre peninsula twice. While on the Loch Sween road, overlooking Jura and the paps, I used my tiny Canon S95 in bracketing mode to take 3 exposures, handheld, of the glorious view. Photomatix software blended the three exposures into a dramatic HDR. The light wasn’t particularly beautiful, so…

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  • Petrea

    Fabulous! So detailed and clear.