All posts tagged: architecture

A walk in the city

First outing with my new Canon 40mm f/2.8 STM pancake lens.  Cheap and cheerful but packs a punch!  It turns my DSLR into a smaller more manageable camera, perfect for carting around town in my work bag!


320/365 – Hand held low light

A recent purchase of a full frame camera led me to see what the capability is like in low light.  Whilst I didn’t push the camera to it’s maximum of 256000 ISO (!!!!!), I dabbled with the ISO at 8000 and took these two photos […]

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181/365 – Barmouth bridge

Another roasting hot day with blue skies and fluffy white clouds.  We walked high in the mountains again, never tiring of the breathtaking views of the river (Afon) Mawddach and the majestic Cader Idris.  After giving our muscles a workout, we headed towards the seaside […]

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35/365 – The Quays

I went exploring at lunch again today.  I can’t wait until the light is good enough in the evenings to allow for some nature/ wildlife photography because frankly, I find photographing urban environments quite difficult.   I spend 30 minutes at the Victoria Quays in Sheffield, hoping […]

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30/365 – Gargoyles

The gateway to Sheffield Cathedral is decorated with weather beaten gargoyles – they are quirky little creatures – be sure to look for them if you are passing that way!  

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