As you can see the weather was lovely in the village, blue skies and sun for a change. It was great to wander around without the worry of being quiet, getting caught or falling down any holes. The village is mostly intact, nothing remains in the houses although the spaces are quite [...]
The third day of our trip was a treat - an abandoned village on the side of a hill. After a little confusion we found the right place. RoamnyWG and I had different locations in mind, I'd found a different village to him! The weather was great, lovely and sunny and the small village contained [...]
Here's a location that's pretty local to me, somewhere in the South of England. It's a fairly small industrial unit that used to produce cat litter for all sorts of brands.Its been empty for a long time now, the machinery rusting and decay slowly taking over. Since I've had my pano head I've wanted to [...]
This is the image that I went out on Sunday to capture. There's not much to say about it apart from I'm very happy. It's a testament to planning really, I knew what I wanted, where to shoot and that there would be little in the way of either pedestrian or vehicular traffic at night [...]
I've been pining to get out and shoot some images over the last week or two. Trawling through past shots and discovering images that I've not jet processed is fun, but no substitute for getting out there and pressing the shutter release button. I think there is some excitement in getting home and sticking that [...]
Here's the external area at The Atlas Hotel in Casablanca. Its not the best hotel in the world, but close to the airport so convenient. My room was clean and functional, so I was happy to lay my bags down and stay a couple of nights.
Back to Morocco and a rather nice 360. I specifically went to the cathedral to capture this image. I'd seen interiors shots of the cathedral before but not a full 360 and certainly not an HDR 360. As you can hopefully see its a pretty impressive structure from the inside, outside is rather more mundane. [...]
The penultimate image and panorama in the series of Cotehele House showing the ornamental gardens.
The present house was built between 1485 and 1539 during the reigns of Richard III, Henry VII and Henry VIII. Sir Richard Edgcumbe, was rewarded for his loyalty to Henry Tudor at the Battle of Bosworth (the battle was in 1485), started to completely remodel the original 13th century property. Following Richard Edgcumbe's death 4 [...]
Local to where my Mum lives is a beautiful National Trust house.I've been going here for over 20 years, well before I had an interest in photography. The house was built around 1485 and is one of the least changed Tudor buildings in the UK. I took the opportunity to check it out again over [...]
I've been a bit lazy and taken the info below from Wikipedia, but suffice is to say the mosque is a sight to behold - massive and intricate, built in only six years, it stands on reclaimed land, King Hassan declared that the throne of Allah was on water and therefore that is where the [...]
Over the last week I have had the good fortune to go on holiday and indulge myself in a little kitesurfing in Morocco. Suffice is to say that I had an excellent time and really enjoyed the break. I'll add a few more images and hopefully some cool 360s over the coming week or so [...]
First stop on my walk - Traflagar Square. This was another challenge to process - so many people in the shot, all moving across the view, somewhat fiddly to sort out, but I did the best I could to mask out the people. I've not been posting as much as I would [...]