ABOUT ME

I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Thursday, 23 September 2010

OH DEARY ME! (23/09/10)

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Guess what the weather is doing today?

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA   Should you be interested then this wheel belongs to a Citron-----Citrone------Citeron…….Beggar it! A motor car. A wet motor car. A wet French motor car…….One more go and I would have got it right……elimination is a wonderful process.

You must have guessed by now. Yes it’s raining, not continuously but regularly.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA    There are only so many depressing images I can post…………………….Or I thought there was a limit. I’m not there yet….. by a long way.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA   Even I can see I should be………….

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA    Why  can never find a carer when I need one? The last two images…… I will own up to switching the lights on……..otherwise as shot. The concentric rings in the fore to mid ground are crop circles……the water drops are rain          and I am Gordon Brown or Michelle Obama, the gender dependent on the clothing I found whilst dressing.

Tomorrow we move to a tiny village called Bolam. If it warrants it I will do a map and some pictures. If it doesn’t then we are off to the seaside Sunday. Then I am undecided between the Northumberland coast somewhere, Weardale or Swaledale. No doubt guidance will manifest itself tangibly in one form or another.

That’s all………..I’m a busy man…………something for you to be thankful for!

17 comments:

  1. Adrian, these are awesome! I LOVE the one of the raindrops in the puddle. One of my faves you've posted in a long time!

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  2. Krista, all that artistic endeavour and you like rain drops in a puddle!! Shame on you. A little secret they is the crop circles.

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  3. Brilliant photos, the wet weather didn't distract you from photography.

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  4. Bob, thanks 'tis a sad thing but all I have to do. Apart from laundry......done at last. Cooking......well on the way. Truck polishing...that can wait till tomorrow.

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  5. I love the droplets of water in these. Water adds so much beauty to photos and these have it. The last one is so beautiful and looks like a painting!

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  6. Great stuff Adrian. I'm ashamed to say that I sometimes neglect the camera on days like this but .... I'm pleased you didn't.

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  7. @nemonen, Glad you came by, and happier still you enjoyed your visit.

    Linda, the wonders of photoshop. It is a combination of three images.

    J on tour, I don't and didn't neglect the camera but I perhaps should have given Photoshop a miss.

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  8. Extraordinary coincidence with wheel. Must be wheelness in all that purple atmosphere of yours. I specially like the last picture - children's story-bookish.

    Lucy

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  9. I, too, love the raindrops in the puddle! That is lovely! But I'm totally fascinated by those concentric rings. So much more interesting than the straight up and down lines I am used to seeing. What crop is it?

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  10. The rained in photographer's equivalent of stir crazy? If so - stay that way. Love the green composite and you real puddles.

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  11. Lucy, isn't it. You had more clement weather. Yes a bit of grain adding to the last would make it even more like an illustration.

    Pauline I have to own up its the puddle picture blended in to a daytime landscape, never ever take anything I post at face value especially on wet days.

    John, I'm afraid stir crazy sums things up. It's fun to play though.

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  12. We've certainly had some wet weather these last few days ..

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  13. You've made rain look interesting Adrian. ;)

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  14. Keith, wish I had thought of that, I like interesting.

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  15. I think the ring continuing through the house gave me a clue that all was not as nature left it!

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  16. GB.. No. But that's arty. You are used to me by now. Smaller rain drops and printed big it could be art. If a dead shark is art!

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