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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.
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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Sunday, 18 October 2015

SINGLE SHOT SUNDAY. (18/10/15)

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Let me hope for a better week to come. Don’t know why but I’ve been fed up all week.

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  1. Been there... fed upness can be daunting. Hope you find your way through in record breaking time.

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    1. Laura, I usually try to stop smoking in the middle of the month for a week. I'll away and get some tobacco.

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  2. I'm sure you'll soon shake off that fed up feeling and be back to your usual self Adrian?
    At least it looks like you've got a little bit of sunshine up there, it's been mostly grey, dark, damp and dismal here for the last few days, and seems to be set for the same for most of next week too...and that's enough to make anyone fed up!!...[;o{

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    1. Trevor the weather is cold and overcast but the sun tries to make an appearance. I will get out for a long walk tomorrow that usually does the trick.

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  3. If you're like me then mood is directly related to weather conditions, especially strength of daylight.

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    1. John, dark doesn't help. Just back from the shop and resisted the temptation to get something to smoke not that lack of tobacco usually bothers me.

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  4. Adriaan but if you go with this kind of photo, s come home then your day is already good?

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    1. Bas Wednesday I am hoping to get up the hill early for some good pictures. I bet it's raining.

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  5. A you need a pint of best bitter and a packet of pork scratching so. Wish I could join you! Have a better week.

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    1. Frances, I haven't had a drink for weeks I bet that is the problem. I have a model shoot on Wednesday so will call for a hot toddy when I've finished.

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  6. and it's a lovely single shot.

    Don't be fed up. Deep breaths.

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    1. R.Mac, it has a great deal to thank the adjustment brush for.

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  7. Sometimes we have down periods but don't let it continue. I have a medication that makes me feel blue from time to time. I realize it and luckily it doesn't hang around very long.

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    1. Red, I think I could do with some medication or a kick up the bum.

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  8. Fed up? Try a course of "Philosan" Adrian because "Philosan fortifies the over forties!"
    I guess that many people experience a sinking in their general mood as days shorten and the wintry darkness arrives.

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    1. YP, I am not overcome with lassitude which is just as well a I have a couple of monster strobes to sort out tomorrow. I hate the job and never cease to be amazed that Canon can sell cameras with a sync speed of 1/250s. It means I have to use ND filters to get blurry backgrounds and sharp eyes. ND filters are fine but I then can't see to focus. I'll get a Phase 1 camera if I win the lottery they sync at any speed with a leaf shutter lens.

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  9. Hi adrian You should have nipped over to Northern Ireland this week. We had sun all the way and yesterday was really warm but sorry you are feeing fed up. I nipped over to islay yesterday, perfect flat crossing both ways. Fantastic day out. Life can only get better.

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    1. Margaret, the weather is fine here as well.

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  10. Laura had a good turn of phrase there---- fed upness. Very apt. Probably from living with me, I do like the picture, and I'm glad you chose it to be the one...

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    1. Bill, views like this should be an everyday occurrence at this time of year but the weather is very quiet so far.

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  11. Think nice thoughts about yourself and other people and think positive at all times. That should help.

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  12. That one shot is a beauty, Adrian!

    Sorry to hear that you've not had a good week. I too have been in the doldrums for a while and not been on Blogger for a while. I hope to be putting all that behind me now.

    Best wishes - - - - Richard

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    1. Richard, I have plenty to do this week so that should cheer me up.
      I look forward to seeing a post from you.

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  13. I think we all have days and weeks like that. Love the sepia looking colors in your photo.

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    1. Karen, I suspect you are right. Could do with an exciting project to get my teeth into.

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  14. I hope you have a better week. The image is a beauty Adrian.

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  15. Beautiful shot, Adrian. Have a wonderful week!

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  16. I like photos with clouds, this one is beautiful, love sepia color !
    I wish you a wonderful week and if you have not, I send you
    a piece of french sun !!!

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    1. Marty the weather seems to be reasonable but sun and cloud is always welcome.

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  17. Wow.. that's a beauty of a shot, Adrian.

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    1. Hilary, It is often worth the walk first thing just to check whether there is any mist.

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