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Life a little Tilt Shifted

Bodiam Castle

Over the years I have been lucky enough to see some amazing places and locations. Some still stand, defying nature to reclaim them, others are now housing estates or Tesco mega stores. I am very much a SOOC person (straight out of camera) – if I had the time and inclination then I guess I’d
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The Bloody Doors

First explore for a while..it was always going to be an awkward one this..for many reasons! After the usual meet up in some dodgy car park (that’s dodgy not dogging) this time at a more acceptable hour of the day we preceded to advance on our target in the usual ninja style..whilst some of the
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Tunnels and Dark Places

Deep Shelter Stairs

Walking through a dark tunnel is an exciting experience. It is frightening to walk through a long tunnel. Life around seems to be silent and at a standstill. Even the beating of the heart sounds like pounding of a drum….yer right! Walking through, crawling down into, climbing up into a tunnel is hugely exciting!

Going out of my mine..

Dinas Silica Mine

well you would do…holidaying with my family! After a night of torrential non-stop rain the morning did not look like it was going to improve!…so with that in mind we decided to go underground – Dinas Silica Mine! After a small trek up the side of a mountain, being passed on the way by two
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Those magnificent men….

Paragliding over Rhossili Bay

…in their flying machines! After a pleasant morning spent cliff hopping around the Worms Head by Rhossili Bay I saw these guys jumping off the hill above the beach. So…one long climb up another hill (Wales is just covered with them) I nestled down in the heather to take some action shots of these paragliders.

A mad day at the asylum

The Darkness of Severalls Asylum

We drove to Severalls from a sunny but chilly corner of Kent in lovely blue sunshine and arrived to find it dull and very much overcast! This should have been our first warning ! The grounds are covered in vicious bramblesThe fences are high and very pointyThe place is huge It’s falling downWe went on a day
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Some classic days out exploring

The boys are back in town

There have been some classic moments over the past few years whilst hitting the road with a bunch of cool like minded explorers, across the UK into France and Belgium. We’ve had our ups and downs, run ins with crazy game keepers, the police and local peasants. Above all, we’ve laughed a lot and that’s
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Long exposure to London

London Reflections

can be seriously be enjoyable…night time in London can be the bestSpent a few cool hours mooching about Canary Wharf in London on a pleasantly warm January night! The main question we asked ourselves was “where is everybody?”Even the security guard that we asked directions from was exceptionally pleasant !So..some long exposure shots of the
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Box Quarry!

Cathedral at Box

After a manic 3 weeks at work it was time to kick back and have a laugh…mainly at the expense of Jimbo today, who, combined with a terrible weak bladder and the courage from a character from a Wizard of Oz story made the 5 odd hours getting lost under Wiltshire just about bearable! Box Mine…or
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Sunrise

sunrise over chillenden

By the time some people are tucking into their corn flakes….I’ve walked several miles…witnessed the wonders of mother nature..captured them on film (well SD card)..gone home..processed said film..published the pics…had my breakfast, got ready for work, driven in..and still I’m the first one there !Enjoy the pics !All SOOC ..i don’t do photoshop! If you
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Sunset at the masts

Swingate Masts Sunset

I have been wanting to capture the sunset on these transmitter masts for some time, and recently with the odd weather we have been having an opportunity took place and i raced over to get the final pics of the sun going down. One of the most amazing sky cloud formations i have seen for
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Sunset

Sunset across Shepherdswell

Sunset or sundown is the daily disappearance of the Sun below the horizon, as a result of Earth’s rotation. The time of sunset is defined in astronomy as the moment when the trailing edge of the Sun’s disk disappears below the horizon. The ray path of light from the setting Sun is highly distorted near
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