Today’s shot marks the last shot of the year in my 2012 366 Project.
Today’s shot is of Jane and Sarah playing one of Sarah’s Xmas pressies on Boxing Day.
This is the latest camera to be added to my collection.
My wife decorated the Christmas tree this week so I thought I;d take the opportunity for a snap.
This is a shot we took for the Animal Sanctuary to put on their website, which will hopefully attract potential new owners for the pup.
This is a shot of a puppy we have taken in as a foster family.
Today’s shot comes from a match between the Hertfordshire Hurricanes and Kings College Regents.
Today’s shot was taken in the light tent.
I was recording the most recent batch of vintage cameras added to the collection.
Today’s shot was taken on the kitchen table.
Today’s shot was taken in the early hours on a cold, clear night.
This is the planet Jupiter and the four brightest moons.
The Hertfordshire Hurricanes took on the London South Bank Spartans at Hatfield today.
I took this shot after I got home at around 3 in the morning. The sky was incredibly clear and Jupiter was very bright in the sky.
I stuck a 1.4 converter onto my 600mm lens and tried to shoot Jupiter.
Today’s shot comes from an American football game in Cambridge, where the 5 times National Champions, Hertfordshire University Hurricanes, took on the Cambridge University Pythons.
There was some kind of anti-recession festival in the town centre today.
I’ve not got a clue what that means, other than there was a marquee for the Scalextric Collectors Club. They had a huge race track and were letting the kids have a go.
Today’s shot was taken in the garden.
I stuck the camera on a tripod on Bulb mode and lit a sparkler. I fired the shutter with a remote trigger, waved the sparkler about a bit and then closed the shutter, at which point the flash fired (second curtain sync).
I went to the local display tonight, for the first time in a few years.
Today’s shot is just a quick grab of a passing seagull. Taken with the Canon 1D MkIV and a 70-200 f2.8 IS lens.
I received a package from China today. My new torch.
This little thing is the most powerful torch I’ve ever owned. It works off one rechargable battery and can light up the whole garden with just one little LED bulb.
We had a family outing to Southwold on the Suffolk coast.
I’ve been here a few times in the past but never been up to the pier.
I had a family photoshoot today.
I got the gear and lights out and welcomed a couple of adults and 3 kids into the studio.
I have a few hard drives knocking around the office desk, so I got out the Canon MP-E 65mm macro lens.
This lens allows shots up to 5 times life size (normal macro lenses are only 1 x life size).
In another life I am a keen singer. I have been a member of the Hertfordshire Police Choir since it formed in the early 80s and in January this year, I took over as the musical director.
Tonight we performed at St Mary’s Church in Redbourn and I took the opportunity to grab a snap for the day, during the rehearsal.
We went up to Nottingham to see our middle daughter who started at the uni there a few weeks ago.
She is out on the Brackenhurst Campus which is a centre out in the rural areas set in 200 hectares of land.
I went back to Box End Park in Kempston to photograph a wakeboarding competition.
Ropes & Wires 2012 was a comp with £1,000 prize money attracting some of the best in the UK.
Someone at work mentioned they had been up to Bedford to have a go at wakeboarding.
I;d not even heard of the sport, but the photos she took looked interesting, so I popped up to Box End Park in Kempston, called in to reception and asked if it was OK to take some pics.
Today’s shot is a combination of two photographs taken in the garden late tonight.
Today’s shot comes from a bunch of flowers given to my wife by our friends and neighbours to cheer her up after our lovely middle daughter left home for university.
We got one back in the summer and said goodbye to the second one.
Today’s shot is an extreme closeup taken with my Canon MP-E 65mm macro lens.
The image is zoomed in on a £20 note and this is the Queen’s eye.
Thursday night is camera Club and tonight we had a trip out with local photographer Michelle Szpak.
We went into the town centre to try some low light high ISO shots and then some flash shots with one of Michelle’s model contacts, Mel.