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Tag Archives: sky
…this morning. Which presented me with a couple of difficulties. Not in deciding whether or not to go outside and snap some pics, or even in deciding what to shoot. But in deciding when to stop shooting! And the next … Continue reading
Looking in the opposite direction to Cardington Hangars (i.e., looking westwards – see previous post) I noticed the sky gradually becoming overburdened with ominous-appearing clouds. Clearly, pics for the taking. So how could I refuse? But its a bit of … Continue reading
I make no apology for the massive number of sky pics uploaded to Flickr this morning… and this is only a small (and reasonably representative) sample of the huge number of frames I shot within a space of something less … Continue reading
Certain persons who shall remain nameless (but their blogs are here and here) were aware that I was working last night. And being fascinated by the sky. And taking pics of it. As I was in the early hours of … Continue reading
June’s been ushered in with an unseasonably cloudy early-morning sky. Of which I happened to catch sight. And just couldn’t resist firing off a few shots. Although only having the point & shoot with me.