Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Dan S, Mar 24, 2020.
Walking along Chesil Beach is a thankless penance.
I think walking from Ferrybridge to the wreck of the Adelaide to be for the worst of the sinners.
I recall fishing the beach from a caravan site at Burton Bradstock, around noon a mother and kiddy walked past about noon at low ebb with oohs and aahs, came back later at around 5pm and kiddy says "ooh look mum they filled it up"!!
No excuses for not doing some garden jobs.
This tree is being a nuisance, banging against the shed when the wind gets up...
One branch after chipping it by hand. Only six more to go!
Not even caring if the bloody squirrels have now learnt to use my slinky to climb (they've taken their time this year) and eat my nuts.
Ha, you think I can't see you hiding?
squirrel1 by Nigel G, on Flickr
squirrel4 by Nigel G, on Flickr
squirrel2 by Nigel G, on Flickr
Ha. Got them.
squirrel3 by Nigel G, on Flickr
a few odds'n'sods from me
Dandelion clock ready for use...
I took some moon shots last night, but then realised it might look a bit dodgy pointing a camera at my neighbours house.
moon-76 by Dan, on Flickr
moon-72 by Dan, on Flickr
moon-70 by Dan, on Flickr
moon-77 by Dan, on Flickr
moon-75 by Dan, on Flickr
You're a photographer, so it goes without saying that you're well dodgy
Yes, good point
I had to laugh when my friend said that the BBC said the best time to see the moon was from sunset to sunrise. I thought, yes, typical BBC news reporting that.
I Heard that too, they neglected to tell us where to look for it though, it took me ages of searching before I thought to look in the sky.
At this point, I'm off to do some shopping. Get my vitamin D from that sunshine.
PS That big bright light in the sky.
I took one of my old SD14s for a stroll getting my hour's exercise yesterday alongside the site at work. These were all taken with the hotmirror removed for Aerochrome style infrared (even if it's still a bit early in the year for good results).
Just so you know, you'll find that between the hours of sunrise and sunset, just in case you hadn't listened to the BBC today
That's a pretty unusual effect
Covid walks . . . .
I thought it was airborne and touch transmitted
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