Another shot from the campus where I currently work. It’s a great place to escape to when you need to go for a walk to think and puzzle something out.Be the first to leave a comment »
Today’s wallpaper continues the theme of shots taken in the campus grounds around the office at work. It was a difficult one to edit, but I hope you enjoy the results.Be the first to leave a comment »
A shorter set of photos this week, as yesterday was a public holiday here in the UK.
I’m very lucky with where I work at the moment, as our office is set in the grounds of a very green and leafy university campus. Now that better weather has arrived, a few of us have been out wandering the grounds with our cameras, and this week I’m going to share some of those shots with with.
My first choice is a subject that I always struggle with – stacked logs of chopped wood. We get these a lot in the woods here in South Wales, but somehow I never feel that I do them justice. Maybe its because a photo can’t capture the smell of freshly chopped wood?Be the first to leave a comment »
Bringing the week to a close, I’ve saved this shot of the night sky over Skara Brae until this evening. A great accompaniment if (like me) you prefer working after dark through until the small hours on stuff.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s theme. I’ll be back next week with some more photos to share – probably on Tuesday, as Monday is a public holiday here in the UK.Be the first to leave a comment »
It’s Friday, and the week’s theme is almost done – but not quite, as I’ll have an extra wallpaper late this evening (UK time) to share.
I saw this kite flying in the skies above Dingyshowe Bay on the east coast of Orkney’s Mainland (the main island) at the end of last summer. It looked so alone up there, so far away from everyone and everything.Be the first to leave a comment »
This week’s theme revolves around things up in the sky.
Just a short walk east along the Thames from the O2 Arena, the south bank quickly becomes very industrial. It’s quite a contrast if (like me) all you really know is central London. But there’s no shortage of planes and helicopters passing overhead 🙂Be the first to leave a comment »
This week’s them revolves around things up in the sky.
Last year, I went down to the far end of the Thames Path, and walked the section from the O2 Dome on the Greenwich Peninsula out to the Thames Barrier. The skyline was dominated by the new cable cars over the Thames. I haven’t been up in them yet … hopefully at some point this summer 🙂Be the first to leave a comment »
This week’s theme evolves around things up in the sky.
Spotted this paraglider, flying over Avebury, enjoying the amazing view of one of the world’s great neolithic sites.Be the first to leave a comment »
I’ve got plenty more photos to share from our Easter break in Snowdonia, but I thought it’d be good to have a change of theme and celebrate the sunnier weather with a collection of shots of things in the sky.
To kick things off, here’s someone soaring above the magnificent neolithic stone circles of Avebury.Be the first to leave a comment »
To bring the week to a close, here’s a scene from just to the north of Harlech and its railway station. Spotting this from the car, there was no way I could carry on until I’d grabbed a shot showing this barn with the Rhinog mountain range in the background.
There’ll be another 25×9 shot on the blog tomorrow, and I’ll be back on Monday, probably with some more photos from Snowdonia. Have a great weekend!Be the first to leave a comment »