I posted a straight black and white shot of the Cambeak headland at Crackington wearing its little offshore cloud yesterday. Regular followers will know I've been trying the alternative abstract intentional camera movement technique on pretty much everything as well, so of course I tried it here too. My alone time - well, at least … Continue reading Offshore Mists Two
Yesterday morning was looking to bring a fine day. Even by 9am on a Sunday families were already occupying their little territories of the receding beach at Crackington as the tide was heading for one of its high points for the day. I had headed down there a little earlier than normal to give myself … Continue reading Offshore Mists
Earth Overshoot Day. An illustration.
Regular visitors will notice that I have refreshed the look of the site again. Sorry about that, you must think I'm a bit of a tinkerer. And more than a little indecisive. You'd be right. In explanation, although happier that the image size was larger I was still not happy with the theme that made … Continue reading The Exe Estuary
On a Saturday I will quite often walk to Bude along the canal side path. Generally it's a perfect way of avoiding doing the supermarket shop with Mrs H - she drops me and Gwynnik off at The Weir car park (a restaurant and wildlife park a couple of miles outside the town) and we … Continue reading Bude Canal Reeds
I went for a walk in Bude yesterday. There was a market on the Quay there and on one of the stalls there was a nice chap - John Worth Photography - selling items featuring his own photos, from cards and calendars to mounted prints. He said that for his market - the many tourists … Continue reading Crowdy Reservoir view
The only time I can be on the beach at Crackington Haven during the summer is on a Sunday morning when the weekly beach clean takes place. A dog ban during the high tourist season means that I can't walk Gwynnik along the shore there during the week now, so my wife and I take … Continue reading A beach morning