Abstract, Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Warbstow Bury: Revisited, but by Someone Else This Time

Yes, I know, my last post was about Warbstow Bury but this one is deliberately made to draw your attention to a post by another blogger rather than me.Elizabeth Dale writes on Cornish Bird Blog about the historical sites of Cornwall, and researches and entertainingly recounts the many folk stories and histories attached to them.… Continue reading Warbstow Bury: Revisited, but by Someone Else This Time

Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Warbstow Bury

I tried to figure out which of the Dartmoor Tors is visible from the elevated and expansive view west from Warbstow Bury. It's a favourite dog walking spot, concentric but irregularly shaped rings of banks and ditches, from somewhere around a 500BC history. Aerial pic from Cornwall.gov.uk, further reading here The views out on good… Continue reading Warbstow Bury

Landscape, Photography, Seascape

Some Confidence

Like a lot of you during the Covid pandemic I expect, I've limited myself to extremely local environs (my garden, about mile or so of lanes either way from my house) for just under a quarter of a year now. Sounds a long time put like that doesn't it? So far, Cornwall has actually been… Continue reading Some Confidence

Abstract, Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Ticking Over

As someone who has had a stroke and also has Multiple Sclerosis, I'm well used to having to use any energy I have been allowed wisely. When I've been exceptionally busy with work then the priority is to use it for that, because it pays! Unfortunately afterwards, or if I've had a period of unrelated… Continue reading Ticking Over

Abstract, Black and White, Landscape, Seascape

Winging It

https://35hunter.blog/2019/11/10/how-we-photograph-is-how-we-live-2/ The above link is for an article posted by Dan James on his excellent, and often thought provoking blog, 35Hunter. In brief, he muses on the possibility that the way people generally approach their everyday life life echoes in the way that they practise their photography. He ends, as he does on every post,… Continue reading Winging It

Abstract, Photography

Fused

I don't know what to tell you about this one, apart from it is a single frame, not created in Photoshop proper photograph, of a household object - although admittedly not any other household will have a piece of unique Mrs H glass art, created by fusing together different, hand-cut glass shapes in sea-inspired colours.… Continue reading Fused

Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Return to the Beach

The summer season ban for taking dogs on the beach has lifted now. I have been busy with running the chalet rental but I do manage to take a walk or two down there among the rocks, pools, seaweed and sand again now. The rocks in the foreground here aren't always visible, it depends on… Continue reading Return to the Beach

Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Too Good

I was going to post this B&W shot on my store, to be available to purchase. However, I was just checking it finely for spot imperfections and I kept coming across little tiny black specks to be spotted out, just in case anyone ordered a print large enough to be able to see them. Boscastle-Crackington… Continue reading Too Good