Category Archives: Canon S95

My Beautiful Bike

  Another Sunday run today. (30 miles in case anyone cares). At the turning point I pulled my Gorrillapod out and shoved it on a rock with my trusty S95 on it and set it to auto and self timer, leapt in front and grabbed my bike for a fun self-portrait. The pose is probably…

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Dick Revisited Again

  This is my friend Dick with has freshly built pride and joy, an expedition touring bike to fulfil his various and imminent touring plans. I joined Dick for a bit of a ride today in dreich and dreary weather. It was a great ride by Loch Sween, looking for otters, with no success but…

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Tayvallich Slipway

  Fourth cycle in a row of Sundays, nothing dramatic, but 23 honest miles among fairly quiet single track roads with some beautiful edge-of-the-Atlantic Mid-Argyll scenery. During my 5 minutes at the end of my ride in Tayvallich, this kind gentleman was towing his boat out of the loch with a handsome and clearly well loved tractor….

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  • dick

    Seems that I was cycling down the other side of the loch at the same time. Let me know if you fancy a cycle next Sunday, if ever this rain stops.

Gott Bay

I was in Tiree on work business this week. At the last minute I decided that I wouldn’t have time for photography with the poor light after working hours. I travelled light with my Canon S95 compact and I only had 5 minutes at dusk to take a snap of my favourite part of Tiree,…

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The Glasgow Bridges

Today I was in Glasgow shopping of all mundane things. The value of my S95 couldn’t have been more apparent since I was not intending to take pictures, but I had taken the S95 in my inside pocket. (It’s that small). There was freezing fog everywhere, and it looked bleak and uninteresting. Suddenly I emerged…

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  • Julie

    Really lovely pictures, the wee camera is fab!

  • Lizzy Lowenstein

    Matthew, these are just awesome. A person who sees this beauty and sees beyond the rush of the here and now, must be truly special! Thank you for sharing. You have inspired me.

  • kenny

    Nice set of images. Can almost feel / imagine the coldness of the day. Very cool that you caught the shaft of light under the bridge and that 3 archs shot of the underside of the bridge has a nice ghostly feel. And very true the best cam is the one that is with you always though of late, there are some many choices of nice, fairly pocketable compacts.