Getting a different perspective on familiar things for me usually involves some kind of physical contortion. I approached this iconic Scallop on Aldeburgh beach with camera already set. Since I could see people approaching, and wanted a shot without them in it, I flung myself down flat on the pebbled seashore in front of it Read more about Perspective: Looking up, Down or Sideways[…]
Throwback Thursday: Two Boats on the Beach on A Frosty Morning I found this whilst clearing out old files. I took a few like this on a morning walk along the promenade in Lytham last winter. I was going to bin them but thought I’d immortalise use this one in a post. It reminded me (not that Read more about Two Boats on the Beach on A Frosty Morning[…]
WordPress Challenge: Look Up I came out of TK Maxx one morning and looked up and saw Blackpool Tower: One sunny day I looked up and got a different perspective on a local landmark: One night I looked up and saw a Harvest Moon: I think maybe I’ll look up more Read more about Look Up.[…]
In the Distance I have many images to fit this challenge, mostly taken locally on our Fylde coast. I’ve chosen some of my favourites for this week’s Black & White Challenge.
Promenade: a path for walking on, especially one built next to the sea – Cambridge English Dictionary CFFC: Walks Indoor and Outdoor It rained heavily throughout the day yesterday until early evening. As soon as the rain stopped we went for a walk along the prom at Lytham. We rushed out with such eagerness desperation to get Read more about Lytham Promenade[…]