Posts about river

Stock Ghyll Beck, Cumbria

One of the many hundreds of gems which lie in folders in my cupboard; one of the thousands of frames taken over the years with traditional film cameras.

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Pascal and Nadia

The first in a set of portraits I took of the couple in and around Fribourg last weekend. View the complete set of photographs from this session on my website.

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River Aare at Unterseen

Just a quickie from last weekend’s wander through Interlaken. I’m swamped with work and stuff for this Sunday’s Strobist meetup in Bern, so I’ll probably be quiet until next week.

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Ponte Vecchio

A gem from the couple of hundred 35mm frames I’ve scanned today: the Ponte Vecchio bridge in Florence, Italy.

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Ponte Vecchio, Florence, Italy

A gem from the couple of hundred frames I’ve scanned today: this is just cropped a little and retouched to remove dust marks. All I can really remember about shooting this one was that I didn’t have a tripod with me, and that I had to prop the camera on a bag on a wall […]

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On the Thames

Ten years ago – in November 1999, if memory serves – I was still living in England and I took part in a City and Guilds photography course. Before leaving the course (as I was teaching the tutor new techniques instead of learning anything), I made it through to a project towards the end of […]

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The Old Severn Bridge, Beachley, England

The first Severn crossing for the M4 was opened in 1966 and subsequently superseded by the newer and bigger crossing down river. This older bridge features heavily in my memories of travelling to Pembrokeshire as a child, as well as later visits to friends at university in Cardiff. Traffic is now light and the old […]

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Dalguise Viaduct

This grade A listed railway viaduct, just north of Dunkeld near the A9 main road between Perth and Inverness, was designed by Joseph Mitchell to carry the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway across the River Tay and opened on 9 September 1863 at a cost of £20,395; it remains in use. It is of lattice […]

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Waterfall at The Hermitage

Strobist info: thirty second exposure with two full power flashes on the main rock in the river and one on the rocks in the foreground. More info on the location here.

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