Thanks to Peter I went —-and a big bonus was meeting Peter there–where spent some amiable photo time together. Took my old Leica bridge for ease of purpose and don”t think she let me down. Selection here–more on Flicker to follow.
This reply was modified 11 months, 4 weeks ago by KEN LAST.
Oceanography was an early interest of mine. John”s super sea/ shorefront photo would appear to be the North Sea??? Going by the triology of the sea density and height to foreshore and wave angle I would suggest this is the Suffolk shore line. Great shot , approaching high tide. The distance of the wave breakers almost submerged at high tide–I would suggest some where about near Southwold??? You would not want to fall into that sea. Bit special with the dramatic sea and looking inland…….think I would have so slightly tweaked the horizon roof line -drop left side a fraction.———–John”s delicate landscape shows how a simple subject can be so appealing. Perhaps drop camera a little lower so as the horizon is a little lower down the tree line–. All lovely stuff from Peter–as always.
Nice man, remember him well. About seven years ago bought a camera off him at Jessops. One of those moments remembered for no reason. Buying a Nikon for a gift to give a friend. Rob serving me when we had a chuckle. A mutual acquaintance had claimed to be A.R.P.S. –to Rob, and we both knew to be wishful thinking.!!!
Well Peter that is one beautiful set of photo”s. With due respect to everyone—for me they take the biscuit for May. Certainly amazing colours–but there is such a happiness about them. Lady with swans, looks like the Lake District? Superb “brolley ” shot and the colours in the final one are just magic, and of course –master of the angle shots. You so enjoy your photography Peter and give us all pleasure.