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Waterwing

Waterwing

Amazing what you can shoot in your own back garden.

Inbetween working on the computer, I had a quick break taking some photos. I found a wing in the garden and hey presto!

Festival

Festival

My ladies and I popped into Leicester today to go to the Mela festival in the city centre.

Today's shot is from a walk I took along the main high street. It exists as some attempt to convey the unbelievable busyness of the city centre streets. Walking along with a pushchair was nigh on impossible. The turn out was incredible.

I have to say it was absolutely amazing. The atmosphere was fantastic and friendly. My daughter loved it!

Mini is mighty

Mini is mighty

Another quick shot from me again tonight.

And my day has been even longer… Up at 2:30am, for no reason whatsoever!

I don't get insomnia often, but when I do it usually keeps me up all night.

Mini but mighty

Mini but mighty

A quick photo from me tonight.

It's been a long day…

Cousin Lexi

Cousin Lexi

Today's shot is from last weekend when we visited the park in Quorn.

It was blisteringly hot and the light was fantastic!

I actually took two variations of this composition – there is this one and another panning shot to emphasise the motion of the swing, a bit like this. I'm posting this first, not out of preference, but simply in the order they were taken. See what you think.

Hilly walk in the park

Hilly walk in the park

What a fabulous weekend!

We popped to Stonehurst Farm for lunch, then over to Quorn Park for a play on the swings. That is Nik and I went with Rik, Luce and Lexi. We had a wail of a time!

And, as usual, I brought the trusty Nikon.

I caught 'The Hills' as they were making their way out of the park. I'm kind of kicking myself I didn't react sooner. When they first began, they were by a really big tree which framed them in the foreground, but I'm not too disappointed as I love the fact that I caught Rik and Luce in sync with their footsteps. :)

A meeting of minds

A meeting of minds

I haven't done one of these in a while.

I was in the garden, contemplating a whole host of chores, when I noticed the fruit in one of the flower pots was rotting. Naturally I went inside, got the trusty D800 and took a snap.

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