My take….for what it's worth
Evening Bloom

Bloomin hell….. This is another from my recent Brecon Beacons series. This was captured as the sun set on our first evening. I set up the tripod low down for to capture the full effect of the flowers. The initial processing was done in Photomatix…

Evening Bloom.

The Ivy House

This stuff get’s everywhere….. During a wander around the town of Brecon this abandoned building caught my eye for obvious reasons. Image Information: Date Taken:    23rd September 2014 Camera:         Canon 5D MKIII Exposure:       Various sec (Bracketed) Aperture:         f/8 ISO:                100 Focal Length:  22mm PORTFOLIO LINK…

The Ivy House.

Farmhouse Sunrise

A little Brecon gem….. Regular readers here will know that we had a short break recently, just before my surgery, on the eastern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park near Crickhowell. The farmhouse in today’s picture is where we stayed and I would recommend…

Farmhouse Sunrise.

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Sugar Loaf

The Welsh version that is….. Whether I ever get to the ‘other’ version remains to be seen! Taken on our recent short stay over on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. Image Information: Date Taken:    23rd September 2014 Camera:         Canon 5D MKIII Exposure:       1/500th sec…

Sugar Loaf.

The Brecons

Minimal Typing….. As per my last blog post I have had my elbow surgery which is a bit tender so I’m not going to type much here! I am going through some new material I captured during a couple of days we had away in…

The Brecons.

Kings Bastion

Is this man a murderous dwarf or goblin…….? No of course not. But it made me laugh when I found one explanation for ‘red cap’ on Wikipedia. This is in fact quite a normal tourist walking past a commemorative plaque on the Kings Bastion Wall…

Red Cap.

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Come the Revolution….. This suspension bridge connects the city of Lisbon in Portugal to the municipality of Almada on the left (south) bank of the Tejo river. It was opened on August 6th 1966 and a train platform was added in 1999. Similar in design…

The 25th April Bridge.

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That’s 1907 if you were wondering….. Yes MCMVII on this picture is the Roman number for the year this building was constructed. Cartegena is home to numerous Art Nouveau buildings from early 20th century, when the Bourgeoisie settled down in the city due to the…

City Hall.

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Defending the Rock….. This is part of the Kings Bastion fortification in Gibraltar. This according to Wikipedia – ‘It played a crucial role in defending The Rock during the Great Siege of Gibraltar. In more recent history the bastion was converted into a generating station…

Kings Bastion.

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The Desert Look….. I’ve processed this to give it a sort of Lawrence of Arabia look. This building was next to the cathedral which I featured here. The feel of this picture definitely portrays the temperature we were feeling on this day! Image Information: Date…

Palma #2.