Category Archives: Townscape

The unbearable wetness of being!

I drove out to my nearest Supermarket tonight for some essentials. I had hoped to go for a night-time run as as my habit, but another day of torrential-near freezing rain put paid to that. I started work just as darkness ended, left my work in darkness and heavy sleet, so I didn’t intend to...

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Lake Garda

It’s been a while since I have posted, partly because life has been busy, and partly because I wanted to let the pictures from my first wedding shoot sit at the top of the page for a while. I enjoyed the experience a lot and am therefore looking forward to doing more, if you or...

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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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Tarbert Loch Fyne

This was the dramatic sky I encountered on a visit to Tarbert last September. The range of brightness between the sky and the buildings was huge and so you could only get a correctly exposed sky or a correctly exposed street. To get both, handheld, I used auto bracketing and the impressive burst speed of...

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Campbeltown Winter Night

I have recently been spending more time in Campbeltown. It is an interesting town, with a hill flanking it on one side, and a striking sea-loch on the other, despite these advantages, it is not  a pretty town in my view; that’s not to say anything negative about it, it simply feels like a real...

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