Posts by tag: blue

Day #1000

Posted by Caz on Sunday, 26th September 2010

Day #1000 Title: o V l
Location: Maldon
Camera: Canon EOS 7D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes: Well, it’s a milestone I wasn’t ever intending to aim for, but here we are! What better way to celebrate than to go out on a photoshoot with friends, I thought. Although the friends played ball, the weather didn’t. So four of us trudged around a very wet quayside at Maldon for a while and then decided to retire to the pub! This was the locking mechanism of one of the hold covers on a Thames Barge, moored at the Quay. It was the best I could do given the miserable weather – so perhaps a good one for Treasure Hunt Theme #58 – Frustrated!
One Year Ago: Day #635
Two Years Ago: Day #270

Day #955

Posted by Caz on Thursday, 12th August 2010

Day #955 Title: Dangling The Dunlops
Location: Callerton, Newcastle
Camera: Panasonic Lumix GF1 / 20mm EF f/1.7
Notes: We ignored the weather forecast and went out on a caching mission this afternoon. It turned out lovely! Lots of sun, blue sky and fluffy clouds, and we never got wet once. This was a plane coming into land near the airport, on our way to find a cache called Still Dangling The Dunlops.
One Year Ago: Day #590
Two Years Ago: Day #225

Day #953

Posted by Caz on Tuesday, 10th August 2010

Day #953 Title: The Blue Carpet
Location: Newcastle
Camera: Panasonic Lumix GF1 / 20mm EF f/1.7
Notes: This is part of an art installation in the city centre, which looks like a carpet. Most of it is actually a pale blue-grey, but I really liked the odd tiles I found which were a more vivid blue. This is one corner where they showed up particularly well after a heavy rain shower.
One Year Ago: Day #588
Two Years Ago: Day #223

Day #945

Posted by Caz on Monday, 2nd August 2010

Day #945 Title: Curvilinear
Location: Battlesbridge
Camera: Canon EOS 7D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes: This evening I took a trip down to Battlesbridge to see if I could get any decent shots for the day. When I first arrived, it looked like the light had gone, and I was just about to turn around and go home when the sun appeared low on the horizon through a chink in the clouds. I was drawn to the shadows it cast on the pavement, and the way the setting sun emphasised the orange railings on the bridge. How do you get a straight line casting a curved shadow? It’s because the path has a slight hump over the bridge!
One Year Ago: Day #580
Two Years Ago: Day #215

Day #939

Posted by Caz on Tuesday, 27th July 2010

Day #939 Title: Under The Cupola
Location: Hadleigh Temple
Camera: Panasonic Lumix GF1 / 20mm EF f/1.7
Notes: This evening, I had the pleasure of judging at the Hadleigh Temple Camera Club for the first time. I had not had a chance to take a picture all day, and when I explained my project they very kindly showed me the glass cupola in the centre of the Temple. This was a view looking up to the ceiling, taken on timer, with the camera sitting on the floor.
One Year Ago: Day #574
Two Years Ago: Day #209