I was pleased to be invited to do the start and finish line photos for the Bob and Bert’s North Coast 5K and 10K charity run this year again, The finished images, all 671 of them are in an on-line gallery, for free download for the participants, and can be accessed at this LINK. You’ll need a PASSWORD to access the gallery and that password will be available from the event organisers.Continue reading Bob and Bert’s North Coast 5K and 10K
I feel I’m not doing as much street photography as I used to, but I just happened to be in Belfast today, and…
on’t you just love the sense of concentration, both hands in play – and the character in the image? Sheer concentration! Fujifilm X-T4, F=172mm, f/5.6 @ 1/1000 sec on ISO200.
Ballywalter, on the Ards Peninsula, in Co.Down.
Here’s a wee A40 I spotted along the road, near Millisle, Co. Down.Continue reading Austin A40
I was in Belfast, when I noticed this rather unusual scooter parked. I couldn’t resist a wee shot…
It took a serious amount of work to remove the background! Fujifilm X-T4, F=200mm, f/5.6, @ 1/125th sec on ISO200
Car of the Week:
The BMW iX SUV – white vehicle on white background!
Photographed with the Fujifilm X-T3, F=46mm, f/5.6 for 1/25th sec on ISO1600
Futuristic wheel, dash and control array.
My ANTI-Car of the week!
This week I did quite a lot of car photography, but my favourite was not a car at all! It was a classic Harley Davidson bike, a beautiful, sleek machine; belt driven (instead of a chain) and with abundant chrome.Continue reading Car of the Week – NOT! w/c 28/2/22
Car of the Week w/c 21/2/2022
Look at this! It’s a rare BMW X7!
This week’s car of the week is this classy BMW Z4, definitely a poser-mobile! If you want to be the cool kid around town, this one’s for you.
Photographed with the Fijifilm X-T3, F=56mm, f/18 @ 1/125th sec on ISO3200.Continue reading Car of the Week, w/c 6/2/22
Poyntzpass is a small village sitting on the border between Co.Armagh and Co.Down, Northern Ireland. More importantly, it straddles two lines of transport, the old Newry Canal, now defunct, and the main Northern Ireland Railways line between Belfast and Dublin. A level crossing unites the two parts of the village, and there is a small unmanned station.
But it was the historic signal box, now out of use of course, which attracted my attention as I drove through the village. I couldn’t resist stopping for a couple of quick shots – time was pressing, so it was literally, just a few minutes…Continue reading Poyntzpass NIR Halt