Paul - who brings friendly nonsense (blur_kiwi) wrote,
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More experiments

I'm still trying to come to terms with my new camera. I've been clicking at all sorts of things and fiddling with the knobs and buttons to try and see what they all do. It's like starting all over again. 

Anyway, here are a few photos I took last week, including the long-awaited self-portrait.


A dead branch from a walnut tree with lots of different lichens growing on it.


In the garden


A cow, outstanding in its own field.


Stormy evening skies, something we've been having a lot of here lately.


More...


...and more...


...and yet more. 


I love this. I have a black Japanese bowl. I noticed how well my ceiling reflected in it, so I had to take a photo. As you can see, it includes a rare self-portrait, entitled - 'Idiot mit kamera'.
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