Cloudless sky while photographing Pulpit Rock at sunset, but I liked the way the light hit the foreground, leading straight to the rock. There's nothing crazy going on here, the image is just about textures and some beautiful, warm light
Oh. My. God.
[in the style of Janice from Friends]
I finally (finally!) managed to christen my new camera yesterday and where better than the spot where my photodyssey started exactly a year ago - Gunwalloe Church Cove.
A rubbish day weather-wise turned out beautifully in the end with a sunset, rolling waves and - unusually - a strong easterly wind which meant the clouds of spray from the oncoming surf blew back out to sea instead of in my face (and new camera). Woohoo!
The good news is that my shiny D850 is jaw-droppingly good. The bad news is that I shot 300 images in two hours as I was having so much fun and I just had to try every lens and every filter. Now I have to wade through them all to see which ones are any good - I may be some time...☹️
So this morning I got called a senior pup 😳😱! Well...what can I say, if this is what senior life is gonna look like then that’s okay with me 👌😉#livingmybestlife.
This is Day 71 of #100daystodslrdogtopia 📷❤️.
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So bloody tasteful I had to make it black and white. Although I’ve always found tasteful a little dull. I mean I’ve picked up a stick and thrown it in a puddle. It sounds like the work of a three year old having a tantrum.
That probably counts as an artistic concept right there. “Tantrums of the Inner Child - an exhibition by a grumpy old man”