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Grasslands

Grasslands

I’ve not done any HDR photography for a little while…until today, when a pretty drab day demanded it. I had a walk around Leez Priory and the lake there. Just before you get to the lake there is this meadow. What particularly attracted me to this area were the patches

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Orange Rose - Colour

Black and White or Colour?

You choose 😉 I’m really quite undecided. I found these roses at the Foakes Hall in Great Dunmow this afternoon. I love the black and white conversion, but the orange is so vivid (at least I hope it’s orange – colour blind and all that)…

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A black and white photograph of a plowed field, clouds and a dead tree in Matching, Essex

The Ploughed Field

We took a stroll around Matching at the weekend, a really nice part of Essex close to Harlow. I’m getting more and more interested inblack and white photography, quite the opposite to the HDR (high dynamic range) photography I have concentrated on for the last 6 months or so.

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Palisades

Palisades

Keeping the slightly industrial / metal feel going, today’s photograph is of some palasades in Dunmow. The fact that they were photographed in Dunmow is neither here nor there, a palisade is, after all, a palisade. As if to confirm this, Google could not locate a palisade appreciation site 😉

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Mark Seton

Mark Seton

I'm an amateur photographer who enjoys music. I'm currently the Digital Secretary of the Bishops Stortford Camera club (and am a past Chairman) and I hold both LRPS and CPAGB distinctions.