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Day #643

Day #643 Title: Old Father Thames
Location: Westminster, London
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes: Another trip to London today, this time to meet photographer friend Paulo for a 40@40. We started off in Holborn and walked down to the river. Originally we wanted to go on a London Duck Tour but they were all booked up, so we took a regular boat from the London Eye to Tower Bridge instead. Finally, we had a potter around the largely deserted City, finishing up at Liverpool Street. All in all, a thoroughly enjoyable day, and we were grateful for the good weather too.
One Year Ago: Day #278

Day #609

Day #609 Title: Brocket Park Dusk
Location: Brocket Hall, Herts
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes: After a successful afternoon’s geocaching trip near Biggleswade, Alistair and I found a nice pub for some food and then he suggested we try and find another couple of caches nearby. This took us to Brocket Park, where we found plenty of nice views, but sadly it was really too dark to have a good look for the boxes we were seeking. Ah well, there’s always another day! At least it was a good opportunity to walk off the rather fine puddings they serve at the Crooked Chimney.
One Year Ago: Day #244

Day #424

Day #424Title: Dusk On The Aire
Location: Leeds
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 17-85mm EF f/4-5.6 IS USM
Notes: Having arrived in Leeds for the weekend this afternoon, I met up with Alistair and we had a long walk around the city centre taking some photos and finding some geocaches. One part of the walk took us along the River Aire and the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, and as dusk was falling, I wanted to get some long exposures to fit with this week’s theme.
One Year Ago: Day #58

Day #383

Day #383Title: Seasonal Changes
Location: Good Easter
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes: After a very wet start to the day, the sun came out and I jumped in the car to take a little trip around some of the villages to the north west of Chelmsford. I remembered I had visited Good Easter back in May last year, and returned to the same spot to see how things have changed. It’s quite bare now, compared to the froth of cowparsley and lush vegetation which was abundant then.
One Year Ago: Day #17