Tag: Velvia


A splash of colour


Sunset and our Camper van (with sea kayaks) near Berneray North Beach All pictures taken with a Contax G2 and Fuji Velvia 50 Berneray is a small island which is connected to North Uist by a causeway. The Sound of Harris ferry arrives and departs from near the causeway and


  South Harris, Outer Hebrides, May 2013

Huisinish and Scarp

Huisinish is a remote place on the wild windswept Atlantic coast of Harris in the Outer Hebrides. Huisinish beach and crofts and a hardy Hebridean sheep on the Machair It takes the form of a headland with a beautiful and quiet golden beach on one side, a few old crofts


The Isle of Eriskay in the Outer Hebrides. The island is connected to South Uist by a causeway which was opened in 2001. Am Baile Before the Causeway you would have to take a boat across the sound – easy enough on a good day but in winter the residents


On a hill, Greysouthen, Cumbria, May 2013


I keep considering buying a digital camera and then occasionally this happens. Okay, it’s not the best photo in the world but it was shot with a 30+ year old lens on a 40+ year old camera without a meter (or any batteries) No post processing beyond a crop and


Lake District, Cumbria, March 2013


Last post for a while as I’m off to the Outer Hebrides for 10 days or so. Going sea kayaking and hopefully I’ll get the chance to take some photo’s. I’m a little disappointed though because I sent my Hasselblad in for a service about 6 or 7 weeks ago

Ullswater and Helvellyn (first light)

The first rays of the new rising sun light up the summit of Helvellyn over a still and quiet Ullswater. Taken just minutes after the image from yesterdays post The Lake District, England, March 2013

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