A white goose head - peering through a barrier which stops people falling in the lake. It seems my camera gear is hardly used these days, so I took a walk recently, at our local St James Lake. The lake is just 5 minutes walk from my front door. The path around it is well... Continue Reading →
Winter nights are not a time when I would choose to go out in the snow. But the shadows in the snow cast by the house lights on the fresh garden snow really intrigued me enough to take a camera outside.
Caught My Eye This Week - 13 January This is a slightly new approach for Travels of the Hairy1. Reading other blogs and articles of interest, especially in my own niche, is a key part of staying up to date and keeping the ideas flowing. In any week I will read, probably a few dozen... Continue Reading →
Google Photos is incredibly useful when you are travelling and taking photos. But you need to know a couple of tricks to REALLY use it effectively.
Lunch in the garden on a sunny day on holiday in recently not so sunny Durban, South Africa. Hillcrest to be a bit more precise.
Interesting! I had to try this! I came across #snapseed recently. What better way to try it but to pick a pretty mundane "I was there" photo. This thing could be fun! Busy times, so it has been a few days since I shared Otto Münchow’s blog about Snapseed. I have subsequently used it to... Continue Reading →
Snapseed - an interesting piece of software delivering the ability to process photos on Android. Spotted this excellent picture and had to re-blog it.
The Camera in Your Hand
The best camera for the job is the camera in your hand.
Saturday at the Lake
A great way to chill out on a sunny winter Saturday - with a camera at the lake down the road.
Those Sunrise Photos
Sunrise photos are hard work, but always rewarding (in the end).
Autumn Leaves and Reflections
Autumn leaves and tree reflections in the lake under a blue sky.