Trooper’s Hill today is a nature reserve near the centre of Bristol, in St George. It is steeply hilly and undulating, with rocky outcrops and mini cliffs as a result of mining for coal, copper, clay and slate at various points over the centuries. It is mostly covered with grass and heather and is anContinue reading “Trooper’s Hill”
Recently, Paul recommended I use Hugin for stitching panoramas, having used it himself for a panorama taken from the top of the H H Wills physics building. Before I spent ages finding a decent location, I thought it would be wise to figure out how exposure lock works, and to make sure I could useContinue reading “My first attempt at a panorama”
I love the odd colours and coarse film grain in this shot of Cossham hospital. I think it looks rather retro.
This was taken from outside Cossham Hospital in Kingswood. I like the contrast between the steep row of houses in the foreground against the blanket of the city centre spread out below.