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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Wednesday, 30 September 2015

MORNING SCENES. (30/09/15)

We have been enjoying several beautiful days in succession. The combine has broken down again so I’ll wander down and give it the benefit of my ignorance in a minute or so. There are only six acres left to cut so with a bit of luck and bodging it should be done today.

The Moon.

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Straw Bales

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Two Views of the Glen.

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I am hoping to get a load of film back from processing. It’s quite exciting, I only hope that it isn’t a disaster.

24 comments:

  1. So do we! It must be freustrating for the farmer when the machine breaks done when the job is nearing completion. left you an reply on my post today. Hope your expertisse will soon fix the broken machine Adrian.

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    1. Margaret, it has trashed a gearbox. Not good news.

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  2. I love the landscapes in your corner of the world. Looking forward to your film processing results.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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    1. Mersad, hopefully I'll be able to show some on Friday.

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  3. Scotch pictures should always include one of these:-
    a) bagpiper
    b) Highland lassie dancing a skirl with kilt flying up (NOT Nicola Sturgeon)
    c) a stag called Hamish
    d) The Crankies and or Nicola Sturgeon (same difference)

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    1. Scotch is falling down water.
      I'll see if I can improve pictures of Scotland.

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  4. Beautiful scenery! Ah, it's been so long since I've sent away film for processing. I'm spoiled with digital images now - I like seeing instant results. You will have to share some of your film images with us.

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    1. Linda, I will, good or bad as I have got process and scan.

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  5. There is something about fields of bales that I really enjoy photographing. As for film: I just canna be ersed.

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    1. Graham, it is a bit of a pain but I do like using heavy old cameras as opposed to heavy new ones.

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  6. An. Lovely! I didn't know what to say about the combine pictures. I guess I'm just wired differently, Adrian.

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    1. Frances, I am sick of combines now. This one decided to dismantle her own gearbox. Bad, bad girl.
      I will be away out for woodland pictures soon. Tonight I have star trails planned.

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  7. Getting the film back will be like Christmas!

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    1. Red, I hope not I don't like Christmas.

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  8. Christmas, indeed. Anticipation is always the best part. I look forward to seeing any you decide to share. The farmlands and trees sure look like here.....

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    1. Bill, I will share both good and bad. I am thinking of a Film for Friday set of posts. Can't guarantee they will be posted on a Friday but I will do my best.

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  9. I like straw bales and these landscapes !

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    1. Marty, thank you. It is superb weather but feels very cold.

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  10. Se acerca el otoño y hay que guardar para el invierno.Preciosas fotos.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Laura, el invierno puede ser bueno si hace frío y no llueve.

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