October 2017


October 2017


 
kicking fire into the sand - 1st October 2017
the way and the wall - 2nd October 2017
retreating and advancing - 3rd October 2017
new ways of living - 10th October 2017
darkness descends - 11th October 2017
where the bats and moonlight laugh - 12th October 2017
gimme shelter - 14th October 2017
scratching the itch - 16th October 2017
i wonder if i could? - 18th October 2017
life inside a bubble - 22nd October 2017
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kicking fire into the sand - 1st October 2017
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new ways of living - 10th October 2017
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darkness descends - 11th October 2017
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where the bats and moonlight laugh - 12th October 2017
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gimme shelter - 14th October 2017
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scratching the itch - 16th October 2017
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i wonder if i could? - 18th October 2017
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testmeat photoblog


9th November 2012

outspend betting

outspend betting
to never open a book, always reading a magazine, outspend betting, if it looks like winning, you haven't been
i'm not completely content with the composition on this one, however i was somewhat limited with how i could shoot it as i had a fixed lens and there was another branch casting a shadow over the plant. this meant that the furthest away i could stand was at arms length so that i could still reach the branch to push it out of shot. i then had to focus and click the shutter with the other hand... which was fairly fiddly. it would have been pretty useful to have an extra arm, which is something i think about whenever i'm changing my lens and i end up juggling a camera, old lens, lens cap and new lens with my two hands. i think the most awkward time i tried doing this was standing at the look out point near angel falls when the rain was lashing down. i didn't want to get the camera any wetter than i knew i would when i started taking pictures, but i also really wanted to use my wide-angle lens to try and fit as much of the 1000m drop as possible. this led to me fumbling blind under my poncho, sweat and raindrops dripping down my face, growing more and more frustrated with each passing minute. that performance drew more than a few confused glances from the other onlookers let me tell you...

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i've posted 872 photos taken with my nikon d60 - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

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this is the only picture i've posted taken on 13th October 2012

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