The Colour of Spring

With Spring now underway, i thought i’d put together a few pictures showing the local woodlands coming to life during this late spring. What Remains: Gleniffer Braes, Paisley, 11 April 2021, F/2.5, 1/800s, ISO 200, 50mm The Three Trees: Gleniffer Braes, Paisley, 11 April 2021, F/3.2, 1/1250s, ISO 200 Weather-Worn: Gleniffer Braes, Paisley, 11 AprilContinue reading “The Colour of Spring”

Are You Ready For Your Close Up?

Something I’d like to do at some point is portrait work. Not done very much of this type of photography. So, if anyone fancies being a willing victim for me, give me a shout. In the meantime, here’s the closest I’ve got to portraiture with all of these pictures taken on the prime 50mm lensContinue reading “Are You Ready For Your Close Up?”

When I Tried To Go To Loch Humphry

Last summer i was moaning about being bored about taking pics of Paisley and city centre pics of Glasgow. One of my work colleagues had mentioned that they had gone on a walk to Loch Humphry (from Kilpatrick on the north bank of the Clyde, right next to the Erskine Bridge). With a week offContinue reading “When I Tried To Go To Loch Humphry”

A Winters Tale

Here in Paisley, we’ve not had any snow for nearly 3 years. The last heavy snows in the West of Scotland arrived at the end of February 2018. Or at least that was the case until a couple of weeks ago. So, one Saturday morning, I got up early and took the 20 odd minuteContinue reading “A Winters Tale”

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