This is one of our few themed competitions. The theme being Reflections. How Reflections is interpreted is the decision of the photographer.
I am the Walrus.
Taken from zodiac during visit to Spitsbergen last year. It was an over cast day so the textures and details within the walrus leant this image to an impact monochrome capture.
Banburgh Castle taken at sunrise with the tide receding.
The bridge goes across Ladybower reservoir. It is the A57 Glossop to Sheffield.
The photo was taken on a foggy but calm day to enhance the reflection.
Waiting for the signal.
This photo was taken just outside Didcot station as the driver and fireman waited for the points to change. I was a long way off so used my 100 ñ 400mm lens to take this image. This helped as they were unaware of me as I captured a moment from a bygone age.
Taken on a bridge, with Nikon D5000, on a tripod with sigma 10-20mm lens, at F16, 30 seconds, ISO 125.
The shipwrecks at Fleetwood taken at sunrise.
Taken at Buttermere lake, Stood in the overflow stream to get a different angle of a beautiful lake.
Grey Owl in snow – Joe Rush
This is an old image taken with my first DLSR, Canon 400 and kit lens,and does have some quality issues, but I really like the composition of the two birds interaction.
In the colour version the quality problems are more obvious, but most of those are lost in the conversion to B/W.
Calm before the Storm.
All is Tranquil on the lake at this moment, but according to the sky for how long.
Autumn produces some great colours and that’s what I tried to capture with this image.
Using a tripod allowed a higher f stop and greater depth of field and meant a slow shutter speed wasn’t a problem.
The sunrise was taken at Aldingham Beach.
I have used photoshop to add the tree and the water using the software and a tree used in a old picture i had taken to create the shot.
Wasdale, one of my favourite places in the Lake District.
The light dusting of snow picks out the detail in the rock formations and the Winter light gives great clarity.
Marc Chagall’s illuminated exhibition – Baux de Provence France that I visited on my holiday to Provence in summer of 2016.
Most of the artistís best-known masterpieces have been digitized and are screened on the 5,000 m2 of the former stone quarry of Les CarriËres de LumiËres.
The exhibition lasts about 30 minutes and is set to music. It was a spectacular experience that was a highlight of our holiday.
Camera: Nikon D5000 f/5 2 seconds ISO 640 focal length 18mm
Les Arenes – This is one of the largest and best preserved Roman monuments in Provence France that I visited on a holiday in June 2016.
Camera: Nikon D5000 f/9 1/100 ISO 200 focal length 25mm
Sword billed hummingbird – The only bird on the planet whose bill is longer than its body!
Image taken in Ecuador’s rain forest earlier this year.
Camargue White Horses.
A happy memory that I hope captures the movement of these majestic animals.
December see’s the clubs Set of Four Print Competition. A set of four related images on any subject and any mix of Colour and / or Blank and White can be entered for the competition. In addition the points are also awarded for the best single images on the night. Set of Four 1st Place – Craig Breakey Loch…
Black & White Category 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 4th Place Colour Category 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 4th Place
Black & White Category 1st Place 2nd Place Colour Category 1st Place 2nd Place