Abstract

I had a walk around the Greenwich Peninsula in London at the weekend – this is an abstract shot of some of the new flats that are currently being built there.

It’s a bit of an abstract title for the image as well – B♭ at Greenwich, hopefully not too abstract!

You can buy a print of this by clicking here.


We spent a pleasant hour on a very rainy day in the Design Museum.

Here’s an abstract of the ceiling.

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I’m the Chairman of Bishop’s Stortford Camera Club for the next two years. The season runs from September to April, but we always run a series of events throughout the year on most Tuesdays and occasional Saturdays. This year’s first Saturday trip was to the Henry Moore Studios and Gardens in dreadful weather for photography…blazing sunshine! 

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A nice abstract from oil and water…when I next do this I will ensure I get the lens square to the surface of the water which will keep the oil drops in better focus. More images after the break:

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…”I’m an Idiot!”

For the second time in so many months I have gone out with my camera, happily clicked away, got it home and found…no SD card in the camera = No pictures. Of course, I didn’t discover this until 11.00pm…out with the macro lens and the lamp…what have we in the house that’s new (and therefore unlikely to have been photographed before)…bingo – vitamin pills…perfect…off to bed now!


A quick one before bed of (part of) a picture on our landing wall…in case you weren’t able to work it out 😉


An abstract shot of Red Green Blue…

From Wikipedia

The RGB colour model is an additive colour model in which red, green and blue light are added together in various ways to reproduce a broad array of colours. The name of the model comes from the initials of the three additive primary colours, red, green and blue.

The main purpose of the RGB colour model is for the sensing, representation and display of images in electronic systems, such as televisions and computers, though it has also been used in conventional photography. Before the electronic age, the RGB colour model already had a solid theory behind it, based in human perception of colours.

There are plenty of clues around, but do you know what I photographed to get this image?


Despite being up early doors I still didn’t have a shot for today until late into the evening when I broke out the 50mm f1.4 and played with lines and a narrow depth of field.

I enjoyed the abstract nature of this picture of a floor lamp in our living room.


Grrrrr


Another late picture today, so, can you tell what it is?

It’s a macro shot of an old kitchen utensil and the title is a big clue!