The new Passion Flower is doing nicely.
Fish-eye. Sun flare. Domino. Perfection.
The sun shone and the boy played. I have been meaning to get some fish eye shots of him so dug out the Tokina 10-17 and had some fun. The close focussing of this lens is great… but it would appear that you can get a little too close…
A gloomy field. I feel gloomy so that’s pretty apt. To be fair, more angry than gloomy.
Moo Cow, Fisheye, HDR and snoutage all in one shot. Life doesn’t get much better than that. I must stress I am not a fan of HDR normally, but it hasn’t half given this cow some mental definition. Don’t you just wanna tickle that snout?
Twenty six fisheye images stuck together for this one… Otham Church, just up the road from me. The tower of Otham church is in an unusual position – in the south-east corner of the nave. In fact the church is altogether an unusual shape with a nave and chancel of equal length, both cells having a north chapel. Pretty little church.
Baking hot day. Mum and Dad came up to meet Kato. He slept for pretty much the full length of their visit. Went for a coffee, came back, played with Kato. He slept. I slept. He got in the washing machine. Not a bad Easter Saturday all in all.
Rudbeckia fulgida, commonly known as Black-eyed Susan, Brilliant Coneflower, Eastern Coneflower, or Orange Coneflower, is a perennial plant native to eastern North America. Actually, this one was in Kent, UK.
Front of house. 25 fisheye images stitched.