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Robin | January 29, 2009 2:21 PM

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Devils punchbowl, Surrey
10th Jan 2009 | 11:56:20
Nikon D300
1/500
f/2.8
160.00mm
280
0ev
Aperture Priority
none

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This isn't normally the sort of shot I would post on Lightflows and it wasn't what I was intending on photographing this day, but this little chap landed alongside me whilst I was framing up a landscape shot. He was only a couple of meters away and I couldn't resist taking a photograph, so I've decided to post it!

I've been busy working on an update to the site. I am changing my hosting next month and felt that with that upgrade I would re-vamp the site a bit - It was coded when I was new to html and css and I've learned a bit since then. That said, it's not going to be a radical change, I'm going to add some new features, like a 'collection browser' , groups of images that work well together as a collection. The blog will pretty much be the same with maybe some graphical additions here and there. Should be up next month...

Corn | June 11, 2008 8:58 PM

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Guildford, UK
5th June 2008 | 18:50:32
Nikon D300
1/200sec
f4.5
50mm
100
0.0
Aperture priority
Not Fired

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Last one in this series. A close up of a young head of corn. Don't have much time to write this evening, I'm packing to go on holiday.

Hopefully have some nice shots to post when I'm back in a few days.

Free #1 | April 2, 2008 9:15 PM

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English Channel
18th June 2007 | 16:14:39
Nikon D200
1/320sec
f7.1
200mm
250
0.6
Aperture Priority
Not Fired

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Well, still busy busy busy, but the end is in sight. I should be finished on my current (day job) project in the next 3 weeks and can get back to normal living, and posting more regularly again.

Thanks to all the regulars for stopping by and leaving feedback, thanks for all the encouragement, it's appreciated.

Caught this shot from the back of the cross channel ferry last summer, hordes of gulls follow the boat across and cruise very close to the deck. I may post another one tomorrow :-)