Friday, May 28, 2010

Friday in the garden

just a few images from the garden, taken after work. The peoney is in full bloom and quite a spectacular sight.





Thursday, May 27, 2010

Chatham Dockyard Punch

Down at Chatham  Dockyard again today to collect Daughter and her final project at the end of her college annual show. As usual I had my camera with me and intended to photograph a rather impressive bit of machinery that was sitting a corner of the car park. 

I had my camera a couple of lenses but failed to put a memory card in the the camera!!! Luckily daughter had her camera so I did manage to get a couple of images. 

The machinery was rather impressive. existed from the days of riveted ship construction and was designed to cut a 1.25" hole through 1.5" of mild steel .






Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Dandelion

There are many Dandelion seed heads about in my garden at the moment. So one infront of the camera is one less in the garden.



Monday, May 24, 2010

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Spring evening

I managed a drive out this evening and even managed to get some images!










Friday, May 21, 2010

Chatham Dockyard

Just back from a trip to No 3 slip at Chatham Maritime. My daughter has had her end of course show at the dockyard. Some very nice items.










Thursday, May 20, 2010

New Building

Fir the first time for awhile I had a shoot in Battersea. It was a new build office block next to Albion Wharf.  I only shot the interior and the roof, as there was still site fencing around the building, so a return trip is called for.




Wednesday, May 19, 2010

My Desk

An image of me working at my desk, again using boom arms to get the camera into position.




Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Impossible Location

I have been thinking of trying to get my camera into impossible locations! Not looking to travel but more to get an image with a camera positioned away from the normal. In my collection  of kit I have a 4m boom arm and some heavy counterweights. With this I can get nearly 3m of reach away from the pivot. Add in remotes releases and a fisheye lens, stick it out of my attic window, and bingo! an impossible location!


Monday, May 17, 2010

Hosta leaves

I am acutely aware that I have let the blog slip over the past few months. There are many small reasons why I failed to produce some new images. Mostly I have moved in work and have found the learning curve steep but short, but because of this I have been rather tired. 


Anyway here are the first new images for  some time. Hopefully more to follow soon.