While I was out taking my panorama of Bristol at the weekend, I also packed a long lens and went to see what I could see. This was also the first outing of my “new” Canon FTb, which I bought mainly for astronomy. Paired with a 400mm lens, it’s an excellent combination. As a cyclist, […]Read more "Bristol from a vantage point"
Once in a while, you might run into a situation where you need some extra RAM (or swap) for a short time. (I ran into this situation today while stitching some really enormous images in Hugin). Adding a new swap partition isn’t practical if you only need the extra swap space for a short time. […]Read more "Temporary Linux swap in user space"
This self-portrait was taken for the “Lost” Photo Challenge.Read more "Lost"
These pictures are an odd assortment from a film I’ve had in my camera for a while. This is the old chimney on Troopers Hill. A black & white view of Dower House. This was taken at the same time of my panorama of east Bristol. Not too far from Stoke Park and Dower House, […]Read more "A selection of black & white views around Bristol"
Yesterday I shot a panorama of east Bristol from a vantage point in north-east Bristol. It turned out OK, but it didn’t show the characteristic landmarks in Clifton and the centre. So today, I went to south Bristol and found a vantage point in Nover’s Common that overlooks most of the city. This panorama starts […]Read more "Another panorama of Bristol"
Today I went to Stoke Park, on the outskirts of Bristol with the main intention of photographing Dower House. Once I was there I noticed there was a great view of much of east Bristol spread out beneath me. The lighting wasn’t great, but I decided to make a panorama anyhow. I’ll likely go back […]Read more "A panorama of Bristol"
Note: This post was written in February but for some reason I forgot to hit the button publish it. Enjoy your belated Spring photo! I know that each year, when the seasons change, I get all excited. It’s like I forget about the seasons within twelve months, and get all excited when it comes around […]Read more "Spring comes to Oldbury Court"