There is a either a) A plague of locusts or b) A hint of a summer in the UK. A 3 day weekend and finally some sun… I know as I spent the Monday morning sweating profusely in my front garden, weeding and watching these things jumping all over the place.
The full title for this piece is: “When the Sky is the Limt, the Spirits Soar”. It is by Rick Kirby and can be found in Kings Hill. Kings Hill is one of the most bizarre places I have ever been to. Go there and see for yourself. I am about to buy a new lens, which will become my carry round lens. I love my 50mm f/1.8, but sometimes, just sometimes, it is a little too narrow. This shot was very difficult to get without some serious cropping of mettalic breast…
This is not as good as the version by Dan but he has taken his site offline, so I can get away with it 😉 Osteospermum again… I say again, as this is not the first example… and won’t be the last on this blog. Taken on a stroll along the River Medway, from the Malta Inn towards Maidstone. The food at the Malta Inn was crap.
A view of one of the peaks (could be Mount Ngauruhoe) taken from the Desert Road, South of Taupo, NZ.
Approximately 2 minutes after I took this, he errupted into a manic kid type frenzy that lasted a good while. The camera never lies… he was quiet for a bit.
Another one of the flowers that I have managed to grow, amazing both myself and anyone that knows me. My previous attempts had resulted in nothing more than abject failure. I even killed a cactus by allowing it to be sucked out the window. My Nan replaced that for me with a fake one… a fake cactus. See the link?
Wellington Harbour, near Te Papa Museum.
I shot some photos at my mates wedding a few weeks ago and after his sister saw them she contacted me and asked me to take some shots her kids. This is her daughter with the coolest curls I have seen.