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Dover's Hill in Gloucestershire

This is a post with some pictures of The National Trust’s Dover’s Hill in Gloucestershire which I took on a recent visit there.

We only stayed a few minutes at this viewpoint over the Gloucestershire countryside, so I didn’t get many pictures, but these were my favourite of the 20 or so I took. 130 more words


Neil Armstrong Watches Over His Hall of Engineering

The Neil Armstrong Statue on the Campus of Purdue University

In the short time that it has been on campus I bet the Neil Armstrong statue is one of the most photographed items on campus. 319 more words


A Hudson in the Field

A Little Luck Helps Make a Good Picture

Photography is all about being in the right place at the right time. Many times you put yourself in that place. 138 more words


Reflections in Armstrong Hall

The Sun Flows Through Armstrong Hall

This was supposed to be part of a three shot HDR of the atrium on the Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering on the campus of Purdue University. 263 more words


A New Look at the Chicago River

A Familiar Photo Gets a New Look

This was one of my first successful photos from this blog. It was a simple look down the Chicago River. 468 more words


Favourite pictures - The river in York

This is a picture I took during our recent trip to York.

It’s another picture taken with my Tamron 10-24mm super wide angle lens fitted on my Sony Nex 6 camera and shows the River Ouse and my Daughter enjoying an ice cream whilst sitting on the bank. 15 more words


Being Credited For My First Photo

This post is somewhat related to my sticky post about my photos being used without permission.

However, even though my photo in this case was being used without permission, the end result of the matter was a first for me. 604 more words