Here’s an unusual angle on a grey heron, just after it took off. I have been trying to catch a decent photo of this guy for a while, with limited success. Having watched him for
What a beautiful sunny spring Sunday. Spring definitely seems to be here, and the flowers and insects were feeling it too. A good day to get in some practice with the macro lens. What started
Photos from a warm spring morning in the garden. Great to be able to sit outside with a cup of coffee and a camera.
Once very “techie”, modern Linux offers many effective tools for the computer user, as well as effective phot editing resources.
Judging by the behaviour of the Canada geese at the lake is Spring here?
I managed to capture a photo of a duck flypast overhead in the morning sun.
A bit of wildlife photography luck, catching a photo of this duck as it touched the water on landing.
The clear morning air is amazingly “clean” after a stormy night. Blue skies reflected in the lake are always an attractive sight.
Why use that lens. More often than not the lens is more important than the camera.
A walk in the countryside is always good and never to be turned down except, of course, when there is a gale blowing, or it’s raining or snowing. So not many countryside walks happen at
On our kitchen window sill we have a collection of blue bottles. On a summer morning they are very pretty with the sun behind them. We also have a collection of geckos made of wire
The last sunset of 2013 After a wet and overcast day the clouds parted and nature gave us a decent sunset to end the year. Happy New Year Everyone
At the finish after 10km. Saturday morning and I was sitting with a cup of coffee, prepping camera gear for the morning’s shoot. I started speculate on the madness of what I was going to
I caught this photo at the local lake last weekend. A few people came down to feed the ducks. This caused a scrap between the ducks. And then came the gulls, flying in and just
Nature’s gift of red berries on a hedge. A photo grabbed on a walk.
Golden autumn leaves on the trees catching the sunset. Well last week’s storm made short work of those golden leaves. When I visited the lake this morning it is mainly bare branches. Here’s a different
autumn color tree reflections in the waters of a lake.
In a Blur of Feathers – Canada Geese Fine Art Photography
A golden autumn sunset as the clouds catch the setting sun behind the trees. Winter may follow autumn, but the golds and resd in the plants and sky can make autumn a pretty season.
Just a pleasant springtime photo of a man fishing at the lake one Sunday afternoon. The lake is 5 minutes walk from home, so great for a Sunday stroll.
Simplay a beautiful red sunset at the local lake.
Love it or hate it, HDR is here to stay as a photographic processing method.
Hog Roast © 2013 hairy1travels.com / Jeremy Hayden Photography Back to school, back to work, end of the summer holidays. Although the British weather seems to be extending
2013: The annual Brackley Festival of Motorcycling takes over Brackley town. This annual event always offers some great photo opportunities.
Pretty red butterflies on the flowers in my garden.
So the English heatwave broke over the weekend with a good bit of rain
Reflections in the Oxford canal one summer evening. We talk a walk in the beautiful weather, and captured some good photos.
Some interesting lighting in amongst these rosebuds.
A Purple Clematis Flower Pretty purple clematis floers have been added to my collection of flower pictures at Artist Website pages. These pictures can be purchased there. For similar pictures, have a look at purple
A beautiful Oxfordshire summer sunset seen while walking along the Oxford Canal. Taken in the warm UK summer of 2013 near Aynho.