Waiting WordPress Photo Challenge

Honestly, that was me yesterday... Waiting to get some peace and an afternoon nap...  You see the day started out with a loose kitchen tap... yes it needed tightening up and I got a phone call from hubby saying, 'If you clear the under-sink cupboard out and find the monobloc spanners, which are in the [...]

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Working on old images and using Twitter

Over the last couple of days, I have shared more of our photography to Twitter, Viewbug and 500px.  All in all it is rather time-consuming.  I've been a member of these sites for a few years, especially Twitter.  So I thought it was about time that I utilised these social platforms for displaying our images. [...]

Weekly Photo Challenge Surprise

Another week and another challenge and this week's photo challenge set by WordPress is called Surprise.  Of course there was nothing like a surprise cow who wanted to make friends and taste my lens.  Within the grounds of Hole Park near Rolvenden was a field with a herd of cows in it. As we strolled [...]

Topaz Remask… just can’t believe it.

Now I love Lightroom and the majority of my work's carried out in Lightroom.  However, Lightroom does have its limitations and one of those limitations is that you can't work with layers or add textures to your images.  So Photoshop is my number photo editing software that I turn to when adding textures.  But what I [...]

Monochrome Madness 3-8 – Closed Theme

Horse

  This week in Monochrome Madness there is a theme, and the theme for this week is 'Closed'.  Why I picked the above photograph was simply because of the look on the horse's face.. he was looking at me as if he was trying to say he is 'closed in'. Many thanks to Leanne Cole [...]

MM 2-27: Monochrome Madness Theme Country

It seems absolutely ages since I submitted an entry to Leanne Cole's Monochrome Madness theme. Every week you can submit an entry (which I must from now on remember to do) and she will post it in her Monochrome Magic Theme. This weeks entry is Country. Well there is nothing like a young deer grazing [...]