The ice in moscatel series is always interesting. Every one is different,
I had not intended to take these icy abstracts, but the bubbles were just so … enticing.
With the sun low in the sky it shone through some golden autumn leaves. Perfect conditions for experimenting with intentional camera zoom.
With the sun low in the sky it shone through some golden autumn leaves. Perfect conditions for experimenting with intentional camera zoom
Another series of icy abstracts.
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After a foggy start it’s forecast to rain again. Best to remember these beautiful moments while they last …
Abstracts in ice, 2 November 2021 It’s time for moscatel and ice …
Out for a walk and this little beast caught my eye.
It’s been a while, but any opportunity for a few moscatel abstracts …
Off to collect our lunch I passed these cabbages by the side of the road (here people grow cabbages everywhere all year around) and as it had been raining they were covered in droplets, like little diamonds.
Every year on Dia da Morte, it’s customary to leave flowers and light candles in reflection. We were lucky enough to be given these beautiful blooms.
Whatever happened to the sun?
Last nice day before a week of rain, according to the forecast.
The old carriages of the Agueda regional trains have been a target of taggers for many years. Some have (sadly but unsurprisingly) fave been cleaned, but a few remain.
Took the Pocket 2 out for a spin in Aveiro, concentrating on panoramas of this beautiful city and its canals.
Learning more about my DJI Pocket 2. Today, in anticipation of a trip to Aveiro, it was time to practise with the panorama settings. I headed out to Águas Boas before heading home on my normal route through the woods.
A series of close-up images from the surface of coffees.
It’s a day of lovely wispy clouds today, but unusually these are almost perfectly straight lines, which I have never seen before. With the sun behind such a hazy sky, it was almost inevitable that there was also a large halo around the sun, which was quite spectacular.
As the sun dipped towards the horizon, it was time for a walk in the woods.