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N 37 B 3.0K C 45 E Jul 14, 2010 F Jul 14, 2010
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Another infra-red shot of Beaumaris Castle on the island of Anglesey, North Wales. I think I prefer the previous one though. The 90 second exposure has rendered the swans invisible, but their swirling wake is still visible. There are also a few ghostly pigeons on top of the foreground tower.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beaumaris_Castle
90 secs, F8, ISO100, R72

Tags:   beaumaris castle beaumaris castle anglesey wales north wales moat infrared IR hoya R72 castello fossato acqua riflesso

N 15 B 2.3K C 34 E Jul 10, 2010 F Jul 10, 2010
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This was taken last month on Dinas Dinlle Beach in North Wales. The stuff in the foreground is seaweed which was floating up from the sand as the tide came in over it.
50 secs, F16, ISO100, ND110

Tags:   Dinas Dinlle beach wales north wales coast sea seaweed rock long exposure ND ND110 neutral density sunset

N 34 B 8.2K C 31 E Dec 21, 2012 F Dec 21, 2012
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OK, so it isn't the most festive of images. This little dilapidated hut sits on the outskirts of the Forest of Dean, near the River Severn. Shot in infra-red with an 80 second exposure on a windy day, cropped and converted to black and white.

I wish everyone on Flickr, friends, contacts and passers-by a very merry Christmas and a happy new year. Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to look at or comment on my pictures, and particular thanks for all the kind messages of support in what has been a really difficult year for my family. The year is ending more positively - Alli has reached the end of her treatment and all has gone well.
Well done Alli ♥

Tags:   merry Christmas forest of dean river severn hut shack infra-red IR HR72 long exposure monochrome black and white

N 27 B 2.5K C 24 E May 23, 2012 F Jun 7, 2012
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This was shot from the beach at Durdle Door, looking towards Bat's Head. The shingle of the beach drops away very steeply, but occasionally the waves would breach the slope, leaving large pools of water on the shingle. They would only last for seconds, before melting away between the stones.

Tags:   durdle door bats head dorset coast sea beach long exposure nd110

N 16 B 17.2K C 36 E May 27, 2011 F May 27, 2011
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I shot this a couple of evenings ago. The camera-work is pretty shaky. All these boar in the video are maybe two to three months or so old, still stripy and pretty small. The parent sow is further away out of shot throughout the video. When the piglets get my scent they run in her direction at the end. I definitely need some practice at shooting steady video!
*edit* - I've since edited this, only to discover that Flickr doesn't allow the replacing of videos like it does photos, so I've had to re-upload. I've copied across all the kind and helpful comments from the original version. Apologies to anyone who marked the original as one of their favourites.

Tags:   wild boar sus scrofa forest of dean wild boar forest wildlife nature video gloucestershire


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