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Macro Photography 101 with David Newton

David Newton is a versatile photographer, who doesn’t like to be categorised as a fan of one genre. To prove this, he’s prepared some pointers on macro photography. 244 more words


Urban Exploring instead of coffee time on Sunday

My urge to experience some adventures and escape from our everyday lives is constantly increasing the more work I have. And that’s what I felt a couple of days ago. 337 more words


The Last up-date

In a few blog posts I have talked about the development of my dissertation project work, as a way to making sense of what I’m doing through writing about it. 449 more words


Vintage lenses, modern cameras, and a sunny Seattle day

The sun is finally out. No, seriously. I know I’ve mentioned it before, but Seattle broke a 122 year old record for rain this year. We’ve only been recording rainfall in the area for… 122 years. 794 more words


Everyday's a Chance...use your time wisely.

“Consider The lilies of the field whose bloom is brief:– We are as they; Like them we fade away As doth a leaf.”
— Christina Rossetti


This Single Wild Flower... Sensing Nature's Dainty Quiver

This single wild flower

brings a cool meadow to mind,

And a ramble-hour

In its expanse kind.

Soaking in the colour shower,

Not being blind; 31 more words

Sketches And Photographs