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I feel the need…

I feel the need…

I gave in and finally used my Nikon D200 for a shot in this PAD.

One of Nik's relatives has just bought this awesome vehicle and I had to break out the DSLR to do it justice.

The only thing you can't glean from this shot is the size of the whale tail on its backside. Monstrous!

Titan crossing

Titan crossing

The title for today's PAD is because you can see my Nik's reflection in the window.

To me it looks like she is crossing past the cars and is over 50 foot high!

This shot is from yesterday (oops!), but because of the reflections and huge amount of detail to look at, I had to post it. This one, unlike yesterdays, I took.

120 stores

120 stores

I think I may give up photography and let Nik take all the shots for imagi.

Nik took this shot today of me on the way to the Highcross, and I love it! The light, the composition; and she just shoots from the hip. I guess you either have it or you don't.

Well done baby. x

The road

The road

I'm afraid I've no time tonight to post much.

I only managed to snap a few pictures this morning, when it was eerily quiet, on my way to work.

The weekend looms, and what should be a bit more time off with the bank holiday, is turning into even less time than usual. Pre wedding madness, I tell you!

Sugar roses

Sugar roses

Another shot for the PAD, this time of examples of the edible flowers that will adorn our wedding cake.

Nik and I are having a night off. No running, no chores and no wedding stuff. I have, of course, still found some time for imagi.

Lone rider

Lone rider

I was going to post a photo I'd taken today but I really like this one from yesterday so I'm breaking with PAD requirement; after all it is my photoblog! ;)

I knew what effect I was after yesterday but I wanted this shot to be quite natural by comparison; that is, I didn't want to muck around with it too much in post processing.

Hidden bike trails

Hidden bike trails

Today's shot is from my bike ride around Beacon Hill with Dave from work.

If you are interested I used a NIK plugin (Silver Efex Pro) for the black and white conversion.