Happy new year Continue reading Happy New Year
Keeping it uncomplicated, so a mixture of photographic disciplines from two Sony cameras with SEL1855 and SEL1018 lenses. Theme – “A walk”. Continue reading A Walk And A Dragon (Well Two Actually)
Some recent photos experimenting with macro photography … I’m quite busy right now, so sorry in advance if I don’t get a chance to reply … Continue reading Experimental Macro
It’s an amusing story, thanks for a very good laugh 🙂 Whatever next, not liking quickly enough on Instagram grounds for justifiable homicide ? Within that, Cosmo reports this ever so slightly differently – http://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/news/a45394/poor-speller-keys-the-word-wore/ or at least that’s the … Continue reading Woman stabs boyfriend for not liking Instagram selfie fast enough
This has to be one of my favourite sunsets of all time. It was the first shot when I hit the beach yesterday (there are more … Continue reading Beach Sunset – Perfect 🙂
The National Maritime Museum in London is pretty interesting to have a look around. We were using it as a shelter from the wintry rainy weather, … Continue reading Greenwich – Ship Figureheads, National Maritime Museum
Again defying the automatic exposure on my iPhone, and levering my Panorama software to photograph what can’t be photographed 🙂 It’s seven landscape shots merged with … Continue reading Extra Skinny Beach Sunset Towerama
Just occasionally, well quite often actually, my stars all line up and I capture something wonderful. I was actually trying to photograph the sand sculpture of … Continue reading Dream Or Reality?
I was walking home one evening after doing my sunset shooting and noticed how cool the lights looked in the trees. So an experiment in night … Continue reading Night Beach Tree Lights Panorama
I could certainly see myself living somewhere like this. It’s moments from the beach, a lovely garden. Only downside is the tower-blocks that seem to overlook, … Continue reading Nice Pad 2 – Panorama
Gosh, I miss Thailand… I’d jump of joy for an opportunity to drag air tanks in and out of longtails and wash dirty (I don’t even want to think about what kind of…er…dirt, actually) wetsuits for a sunset on the … Continue reading A Diver’s Dream – Thailand
Don’t be confused for even a second, I found out the hard way – this little bitch is vicious … sure she’ll pose for a photo … Continue reading Vicious Little Bitch
I can’t remember whether this place is a hotel or private … I like it from this angle either way 🙂 It’s four (1wx4h L) photos … Continue reading Nice Pad – Towerama
This one was taken last year … with boats 🙂 It’s four (2wx2h L) photos merged with PTGui Pro Photos taken in Thailand (c) Don Charisma 2013 Continue reading Boaty Sunset Panorama
Difficult to get everything in from where my shooting position when I’m taking a photo? … No problem … I’ve actually merged six portrait photos PTGui … Continue reading Streetscape Towerama, Palms And Towers
This one was taken last year, it has extra sand and extra sky. I really like the pastel shades and the silhouette palm tree leaf doesn’t … Continue reading Beach Sunset Panorama, Double Height
I posted recently a pano of Bangkok airport, that my iPhone or I had messed up. This is what it should have looked like … There’s … Continue reading Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi Airport “As It Should Be” Pano
I always like to take these shots across the top of flowers, it always gives a stunning visual effect. Add to that an impressive church and … Continue reading Greenwich – Primroses, Stormy Skies and A Church !
Bit of a rhetorical question really, as I have already formed my own opinions. A copy of a British newspaper handed out on Etihad airways, “The Daily Mail”, was enough to remind me that it’s nothing to do with reporting … Continue reading Do Journalists Tell The Truth?
This one was taken last year, and has the beach lights and trees in shot. It’s merged 4 photos with PTGui Pro Photos taken in Thailand (c) … Continue reading Beachlights And Sunset Panorama
This pano got entirely messed up, not sure whether it was the phone than did it or whether I didn’t keep the phone level when I … Continue reading Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi Airport Messed Up Pano
How the hell do you caption that ? A bumper-less car with a plastic figure hanging off of the tow ring … Oh, and complete with … Continue reading You’ll Never Walk Alone
Some white flowers that “live” just near the entrance to my apartment complex. The photo was taken early evening on my way out to shoot sunsets … Continue reading White Evening Flowers
Cafe Rouge has a corner premises in Greenwich. I tried taking a one-shot landscape, but just doesn’t look as good as the panorama to me ! … Continue reading Cafe Rouge, Greenwich
The last sunset I posted I had a comment relating to my use of Photoshop. I pay attention to what people are saying, and sometimes it’s … Continue reading Today’s Beach Sunset Panorama
It’s an interesting topic, that’s enlightening to hear and know other people’s opinions on, the wider reaching scope of which is – are humans capable of change, under their own steam ? Take Joe. Joe’s not very charismatic, in fact … Continue reading Charisma, Are You Born With It Or Can It Be Learned?
Thai’s do love to put their power cables overhead, much to the disappointment of those who like those unblemished urban views. Personally I reckon they are … Continue reading Streetscape Towerama, Power Cables And Tower-Blocks
Enjoy this beach sunset panorama. It’s an iPhone panorama done on the phone with Apple’s built in pano feature … plus a little extra joy added … Continue reading Beach Sunset Panorama
This is in Greenwich, London. Greenwich is London’s most popular tourist attraction after Buckingham Palace. The masts and rigging are the Cutty Sark ship with a … Continue reading Cutty Sark, Stormy Sunset
I’ve been really busy the last couple of weeks, so haven’t had a chance to reblog this. Well actually I can’t see how to reblog from http://fujikosuda.com/ so I’ve quoted verbatim and linked back, I hope this is OK for her. … Continue reading Life Is A Mystery – By Fujiko Suda