|Maple Leaf On Blue||John Smith||2||3||1||18|
|Blue Berries||Julie Holbeche-Maund||3||2||2||1||17|
|Bluebells Visitor||John Denny||4||3||1||10|
|Paper Flowers||Peter Lawrance||4||1||1||2||10|
|Rhythm And Blues||John Langham||4||2||10|
|Blue Waves||Julie Holbeche-Maund||7||1||3||8|
|Lets Start With The Sky||Alan Cook||7||1||1||8|
|My Blue Marble||Ken Chesterman||10||1||1||6|
|Blue Letter||John Langham||11||1||5|
|Blue Sky At Night||Paul Steans||11||1||5|
|Burbage Common Bluebells||Steve Bexon||13||1||1||4|
|Elsie And Blue The Dog||Isobel Chesterman||13||1||1||4|
|Blue Flame||Gary Wood||15||1||3|
|Come On You Blues||John Smith||15||1||3|
|Jump For Joy||Wendy Cook||15||1||3|
|Johnnie & Giny||Steve Pears||18||2||2|
|Abandoned Bike||Gary Wood||19||1||1|
|Lock Down Blues||Steve Pears||19||1||1|
|Locked Down Photography Blues||Steve Bexon||19||1||1|
|Peter’S Favourite Crisps||Paul Steans||19||1||1|
|Garden Lights||Daniel Wood||23||0|
|I’Ll Kill The Bug (Ger)||Wendy Cook||23||0|
|My Eco Neighbour||Alan Cook||23||0|
Abandoned Bike by Gary Wood
Wasn’t doing very well inspiration not starting.
Walked to my daughters last night and on the way spotted the blue cycle helmet then
as i got closer realised one of the bicycles was also blue so just had to
Blue Berries by Julie Holbeche-Maund
Blue Flame by Gary Wood
Playing with light shinning on CD
Blue Letter by John Langham
Blue Sky At Night by Paul Steans
Taken on my Canon 5d during the day, obviously, and minor enhancements were made using lightroom.
Blue Waves by Julie Holbeche-Maund
Waves is a dirty pour.
Blue by Isobel Chesterman
This is folded paper photographed on blue paper.
Bluebells Visitor by John Denny
Burbage Common Bluebells by Steve Bexon
I had my daily lockdown walk in late April to Burbage Common hoping to photograph some bluebells.
Very sparse this year but managed to find a few near a broken down fence which added a little more interest to the composition.
Processed in Adobe Lightroom. Taken on a Canon EOS R at f/16, 1/60 sec, 43mm and ISO 1250.
Come On You Blues by John Smith
I won’t bother with the technical details behind the camera, just to say I thought about my old football programmes and sorted out
clubs that play in blue. Of course Coventry City have pride of place. By the way some of the programmes are very old and worth a
Elsie And Blue The Dog by Isobel Chesterman
A photo of my grand daughter and her dog Blue staying at least two metres away from me!
Garden Lights By Daniel Wood
I’ll Kill The Bug (Ger) by Wendy Cook
Nikon 3300 with 35mm 1.8 lens
1/320sec exposure f/1.8 iso800
Johnnie & Giny by Steve Pears
Jump For Joy by Wendy Cook
Granddaughter on walk during lockdown taken on mobile phone.
Lets Start With The Sky by Alan Cook
Lock Down Blues by Steve Pears
Locked Down Photography Blues by Steve Bexon
Had a few ideas for ‘Something Blue’ and this was the most fun. I arranged some of my photography gear,
clothing and walking boots onto a few coat hangers and hung everything from a coat hook attached to the wall.
The coat hooks were cloned out during processing using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.
Taken on a Canon EOS R at f/11, 1.6 sec, 35mm and ISO 100.
Maple Leaf On Blue by John Smith
It is inspired by a piece of modern art that we bought some time back from the owner of the art shop in Castle Street.
As it is mainly blue I have used this as the background. The leaf’s are placed in a small blue vase and placed on a clear glass candle stick.
It is taken in the kitchen in natural light with a reflector board placed at the base.
The camera was mounted on a tripod and set at f7.1, 1/6 sec and ISO 250.
My Blue Marble by Ken Chesterman
this is a photography of marble held under water to reduce glare.
My Eco Neighbour by Alan Cook
Paper Flowers by Peter Lawrance
Peter’s Favourite Crisps by Paul Steans
Taken using my phone and then made some minor changes using lightroom.
Peter was placed on a kitchen worksurface and a black card placed behind him.
An empty packet of crisps, half full of water was put in front and his arm placed in the packet.
Rhythm And Blues by John Langham
Sanitized by Peter Lawrance