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Monday, January 21, 2008

5pm today - Southsea seafront without a tripod






Canoe lake:

Looks just like Derby with bit of imagination!

11 comments:

Andrew Martyn Sugars said...

your pictures-they make me miss the seaside sooooooooooooo much.

I like the reduced natural light within their frames....

I know, I could get up really silly lee early and drive to a place of sea existence and take pictures of them...

oh, hang on, I did that last week. DER !

Natalie said...

A-ha which sea did you see? This one's good if you don't mind stones. Not a grain of sand in sight.

Andrew Martyn Sugars said...

the big wet one at the bottom

Andrew Martyn Sugars said...

umm grain of sand...oh Metalica, metalica, where for art though metalica.

Natalie said...

Oh that one. I like that one - it's really really wet and big.

Natalie said...

Metallica - up the creek without a tripod?

Anonymous said...

You didn't do it poppely, what you ought to do is do it like this. Get a popper tripod, and put the camera onit...innit, and then get a cable thing and press it when the cars go past and then you will have popper photos.

Adrian Nal.

Natalie said...

Thank you Mr. A. Nal

Anonymous said...

and another thing! you need to do the focus hocus pocus popperly, because popper photos are hocused pocused popperly, not fuzzy like, it says so on the innitnet, so it must be right.

Adrian Nal.

hokus pokus fan said...

it's so passe now.

Natalie said...

I know, I know. It wasn't intentional - I was just stranded without a tripod, and I was having a nice walk in the very cold wind at the sea front. Anyway, is that you Jon you cheeky B****r?

:-)