What the fuck I’m rollin, In a mack truck that’s stolin, Guess what I’m holdin, Ammo to bust my load, Still I’m easin on down, The yellow brick road.
Not the typical Damselfly shot I guess, but a fun one nonetheless. I can’t wait until next Summer to shoot some more… although I am off to New Zealand in Jan so they might have a few different species there.
As a novice golfer this is a fearsome hole to play. From the tee you are faced with a tiny landing area between insane rough on the right, and a bunker on the left. If you go wayward to the left you hit more rough and then the next fairway… veer past the rough to the right and you are on the road and beach and potentially in the English Channel. Its a bloody monster as well and to date I haven’t managed less than 7, although that is a net par which isn’t too bad. This is called ‘Currently the second’ as they are changing the order of the holes to make it a bit more user freindly. Taken at the Hythe Imperial golf course, Hythe, Kent.
Went for a walk along the sea front in Hythe yesterday and I saw this grill near the garage at Seabrook. I then proceeded to photograph it and then transfer the image to my mac. Next, I processed it and the final stage involved uploading it here.
I fancied a nice bit of distortion for today’s shot, so here it is, distorted reality.
Just a hoverfly in the garden.
The title says it all to be honest. I am not entirely sure where this was taken, but I feel confident I was near Sandwich. I can neither confirm nor deny if I was actually driving and being naughty by taking this photo.
Quite an old image this one, but one that I have gone back and re-processed with a new found vigour. Thanks go to my lady for this one as I walked straight past it and failed to notice the photo op. I was inspired to re-visit this image as I recently saw a version by another photographer and hated it beyond belief.
The sea is usually filthy around the South East, particularly near Dover. However, a slight change in hue in photoshop makes this look vaguely appealing.
To some, Coke Zero is better tasting than Diet Coke and is healthier than Coke. I disagree. Coke is the Real Thing. Coke Zero is a poor imitation, however, my girl likes it, so here she is with a Coke Zero. This was taken at a location in Dover, at ‘one of the best shopping centres in Kent’, according to their own flyers.