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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.
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Wednesday, 6 March 2013

SUNSET. (06/03/13)

A few rather peculiar images from yesterday evening.  Well the processing is a little odd.

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_V0G5827     Sunset treated badly, abused even. I get carried away…..I need carrying away.

_V0G5839Dawn this morning or just after.

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Crocus again.

It’s a dull and not very inspiring day here. I suspect rain is on it’s way.

32 comments:

  1. We are so far from spring still.. or at least it feels like we are. I'm hungry for colour and your crocus is so pleasing.

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    1. Hilary wet and windy here...They are threatening us with snow again next week but if it happens I'll be surprised.

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  2. Very interesting variety and landscape vistas.

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    1. Maria, thank you. I have been playing with a new editor and got carried away. Interesting is very polite of you.

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  3. Interesting processing variations Adrian, image 3 is definitely the best, and a nice touch of colour at the end...[;o)

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    1. I agree Trevor. I was playing with Cap1 and got a bit muddled up.

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  4. heerlijke foto,s de eerste is echt warm t.o.v de tweede maar die is op zijn manier wat koeler. de crocusjes staan mooi.en geven het idee dat de lente is begonnen.

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    1. Nik, dank je wel ik heb genavigeerd de wonderen van Google+ en ben nu na uw blog. Sorry dat het zo lang heeft Ik neem een ​​goede blik aten je werk genomen.
        Ik hoop dat Google Translate maakt sence van.

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  5. I think that your sunsets are excellent, not bad, but, bloody amazing.

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    1. Thanks Bob.....It is fun playing with them.

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  6. Love that third image. All of your pictures keep me coming back for more!

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  7. So beautifull :)Especially three on the top :)

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    1. Ulla, I lost my way with them. I'm using Capture One software and will keep trying with it as it does a good job if I don't interfere too much.

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  8. Cool sunset shots! The crocuses are very warm or at least they make me feel warm.

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    1. Red, it is much warmer here. The snowdrops are still out but looking a bit worn. Daffodil and Crocus have just started flowering.

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  9. aren't you having fun editing? sometimes I like the editing, sometimes not. but I always love water shots, early morning and sunset shots! and you're providing us with each of those!

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    1. Norma, I process all my images. I am trying a new RAW converter so things are a bit hit and miss.

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  10. So many lovely ways of processing. And those crocuses are inspiring!

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    1. Ladyfi, I think there are too many ways sometimes.

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  11. I love the sunset images..but the last picture is awesome..have a nice day...

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  12. Hi Adrian...I think they are gorgeous those sunset shot tinkering!!
    Great to see those lovely Crocus to!!
    I am very late ...
    Grace

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    1. Grace, thanks.
      You can't be very late, or a bit late.....one is either dead or one is alive....you can be a bit alive or very alive though. Confusing is life.

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  13. I am sorry you found the day uninspiring. Your crocuses cheered me up--our blanket of snow is getting thinner, but it's still there.

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    1. JoLynne, it's damp and dismal here.

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  14. I like the first one very much!

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  15. I never get tired of a nice crocus! Such a beautiful color! As are the landscape images. The first is my favorite:)

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