Sunday, 30 August 2009

Old stones, fireworks and waders

This last month has been a bit hectic really with airshows at Eastbourne and Dawlish, I took the chance to photograph Stonehenge en route; I also took my mum away for a few days to Plymouth, part of the reason for picking Plymouth was because there was the finals of the UK firework display championships, a two night spectacle of noise and colour, she loves fireworks and really enjoyed the show, we also went to Dartmoor and Castle Drogo. Lots of firework shots on my Flickr pages.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nigelblake/sets/72157621914563129/detail/

.......and many more on Celebration fireworks website http://www.celebration-fireworks.co.uk/ throughout the site and on the gallery page.

Airshow pictures here http://ngbjets.blogspot.com/





I have been doing more work on the local Kingfisher, but with lots of migrant birds on the move and much higher tides at Snettisham it seemed like a good idea to head up to Norfolk for some Waders; I have yet to process most of the images, but heres a few of the first batch.






2 comments:

Shelley said...

You've got a great eye - I love your photos! I'm still learning digital photography, but I am enjoying it. I am also enjoying visiting other photography blogs and getting lots of inspiration.

Shelley @ Shutterbug
http://shelleyslens.blogspot.com

Charlotte said...

I love your sunset at stone hedge that is so beautiful
Thank you for sharing with us