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Author Archives: Gary
In which Gary visits Benmore Botanic Garden and gets some photos of the autumn colours.
In which Gary visits a park which has a great a viewpoint over Glasgow. Using his new camera he gets a photo of a slice of the city in the setting sun.
I’ve got a new camera – the new Lumix DMC-G1, from Panasonic.
This article isn’t going to be your typical camera review and I’m not going to simply quote specifications. Instead, what I’ve aimed to provide here are the initial observations and reactions of a new owner of a G1…
Pollok Country Park – on a cold, misty afternoon – yields a tree silhouetted against the fading colours in the twilight sky. Continue reading
Alloway’s auld haunted kirk was the location of the demonic gathering of witches in Robert Burns’ classic poem “Tam o’ Shanter”. I visited the ruin two years ago and got this spooky shot as dusk fell…
Driving back to my hotel, along the road from Mallaig, I was confronted by this striking rainbow. Continue reading
Okay – so I didn’t manage to increase my posting frequency, as I said I hoped to in my previous post. Sorry folks! 😳 I am definitely going to try harder this time – honest! I’m also giving up on … Continue reading
After several months of apparent inactivity in the kitchen, I have finally upgraded the site with my new theme (design). Yay! 😀 Expect new posts to appear a little more regularly.
For those of you who would not be appreciative of the technical details, it mainly means that I can now post larger images. The first example of this is the Craignethan Castlepost.
Read on if you’re interested in a bit more detail…