The nation demands firewood… and I’m there to produce it. Well, this isn’t me – I’m busy taking photos, but a bit of rain isn’t going to stop our production line.
Taken towards the end of last year on my pocket camera at Mottisfont, Hampshire.
A layer of low mist across the cricket pitch at my place of work.. Yes… I work in I.T. and we have a cricket pitch… and a bar!
I haven’t taken a self portrait for a while. Although this was just experimenting with my Canon S100 (which is generally very good in low light), and while not the prettiest of pictures, I like the effect.
This was the result of playing around in Photoshop. I had taken the photo of my colleague using a Canon S100, but it didn’t come out particularly well (very grainy), so while attempting to make it even more grainy, I ended up doing this instead… Not everyone’s cup of tea!
There are many varied tasks as a countryside volunteer. One of them includes shepherding sheep! We didn’t do too badly, with only one of the sheep remaining outside the box. We were rounding them up for some treatment to the lambs.
We recently visited “The Edible Garden Show” at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire. There was many things to see, and advice to be had, but my favourite part was the small holding section with pigs, goats, hens and ducks. As we were there in the afternoon, it seemed to be when most of the pigs were having a siesta. These were my favourites.