|Zanzibar At Dawn||Steve Bexon||1||3||1||18|
|New Zealand||Julie Hiolbeche-Manud||2||2||1||4||17|
|North Devon Beach At Dawn||Steve Bexon||4||2||1||11|
|The Peaceful Dales||Alan Cook||6||1||1||1||9|
|Watching Steam Trains||Gary Wood||6||2||3||9|
|Outback Australia||Peter Lawrance||8||2||1||7|
|The Pub||Phil Mallin||9||1||1||6|
|The Schmittenhoe Zell Am See||Loz Waterson||9||1||1||6|
|Evening Sky Over Sydney||Margaret Waterson||11||1||5|
|Forward Out Of Lockdown||John Smith||11||1||5|
|12 Apostles||John Langham||13||1||3|
|Pulpit Rock||John Langham||13||1||3|
|Tongario National Park New Zealand||Margaret Waterson||13||1||3|
|Boating On Andaman Sea||Alan Cook||16||0|
|Enjoying A Pint||Gary Wood||16||0|
|From Montepulciano||Steve Pears||16||0|
|Lets Get Cruising Again||John Smith||16||0|
|My Hairdressers||Wendy Cook||16||0|
|No Virus Allowed||Ian Waite||16||0|
|Schonbrunn Palace Vienna||Loz Waterson||16||0|
|The Pub Again||Phil Mallin||16||0|
|Top Of The World||Ian Waite||16||0|
Forward Out Of Lockdown by John Smith
This weeks Just4Fun is the first time I have attempted to put many images together.
I was inspired by the monument of discovery in Lisbon and then over the last few days I have taken photos of walkers locally.
This has included, Hinckley, Croft and Beacon Hill
Lets Get Cruising Again,John Smith
No Virus Allowed by Ian Waite
Outback Australia by Peter Lawrance
Singapore by Peter Lawrance
Top Of The World by Ian Waite
Watching Steam Trains by Gary Wood
GWR 7029 Clun Castle passing Croft hill hauling a main line charter.
North Devon Beach at Dawn by Steve Bexon
The long exposure image was taken an hour after sunrise in between tides on a North Devon beach near Clovelly.
Zanzibar at Dawn by Steve Bexon
Image was taken at dawn and low tide on a deserted beach except for the single fishing Dhow.
Had to wait for a sea mist to clear before I could see the boat detail.
12 Apostles by John Langham
Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia
This shows some of the eight remaining ‘Apostles’, the others being victims of erosion and reclaimed into the ocean.
Shot on Fujicolor C200 film on Hasselblad panoramic X-Pan camera. Awaited a sunset which didn’t really come to much,
so then embarked on the 4 hour drive back to Melbourne.
Auckland by Julie Holbeche-Manud
Boating On Andaman Sea by Alan Cook
Enjoying A Pint,Gary Wood
We had been for a walk along the Heddon Valley, I lost the others so whilst waiting for them to return tried a couple of the locals.
This is my first attempt at focus stacking. I took just 2 images on my phone and use Photoshop to merge them.
Evening Sky Over Sydney by Margaret Waterson
We visited these two places 10 years ago when we retired.
They bring back fond memories of a great holiday
At the time i took these i only took them for ourselves , and didn’t have any photographic equipment with me only
a canon 500d camera , no filters or tripod just basic stuff.
Just memories for us really but very nice ones
Montepulciano by Steve Pears
Where would I Rather Be, how about Montepulchiano
From Montepulciano by Steve Pears
or Looking From Montepulchiano, preferably with a glass of the local wine.
My Hairdressers by Wendy Cook
New Zealand by Julie Holbeche-Maund
Pulpit Rock by John Langham
Cape Schanck, Victoria, Australia
After descending the 492 wooden steps and then navigating across the rocks, this is the view of Pulpit Rock south of
the Mornington Peninsula.
Schonbrunn Palace Vienna by Loz Waterson
The Peaceful Dales by Alan Cook
The Pub by Phil Mallin
The Pub Again by Phil Mallin
The Schmittenhoe Zell Am See by Loz Waterson
Tongario National Park New Zealand by Margaret Waterson