Ruthie & Glyn

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CouchSurfers!

14 Jun 2008 6
Nokia's slow auto-focus strikes again! But these are Gabrielle and Kevin, getting me back into CouchSurfing hosting (in Liverpool) in style! :-)

Scouting - docks - 1

02 Jun 2008 13
I've been exploring the city a bit, but on this occasion didn't have my camera, just a phone. Liverpool's docks are amazing old relics. Proper shots to come!

Scouting - docks - 3

02 Jun 2008 8
I've been exploring the city a bit, but on this occasion didn't have my camera, just a phone. Liverpool's docks are amazing old relics. Proper shots to come!

"Dock's"

02 Jun 2008 12
I've been exploring the city a bit, but on this occasion didn't have my camera, just a phone. Liverpool's docks are amazing old relics. Proper shots to come! This one has a curiously long-lived punctuation... issue...

Truuuuuck!

03 Jun 2008 8
Taking a different route into town from usual, I just turned a corner, and there! It could almost be my much-loved and much-missed truck! In fact the registration is H883FNE, whilst mine was H917FNE. A quick check at the DVLA, and this truck turns out to have been registered just one day before mine! Essentially his brother. I made friends with the people, who though a bit bemused, did seem to get the point of why I was so happy. I wonder if they'll sell... ;)

Last chance to see?

03 Jun 2008 76
I like to think I gave this mirror one last useful function in life ;)

Oh yeah!

20 May 2008 13
Despite the fact that the man in Taj ripped me off on the price (I couldn't believe his maths was that bad so I didn't say anything until I'd got home and realised that yes, it could...) this is A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF POPCORN. How exciting! :)

In case you didn't hear them the first time

12 May 2008 18
I'm going to have to make a study of all the elaborate gateposts (and the incredible Victorian mansions) around Sefton Park, soon.

Need it spelling out?

Tranquility amidst the refurbishment

12 May 2008 7
The whole of Sefton Park is being ripped to pieces, with the ultimate aim of putting it all back together again. Various people are deeply unhappy at the collateral damage: a number of trees and, with an official Environment Agency license, birds' nests, even with eggs or chicks in, at the height of waterfowl nesting season. This little spot seems untouched, for now, apart from the low water level revealing a lot of silt. And the lost-looking birds wandering about.

Sex!

12 May 2008 6
If you're a flower, that is.

Screamer

12 May 2008 12
Can you see the twisted, contorted figure that I can't help but see?

Polish & Scottyish

02 Jun 2007 24
An oldy, since I'm archiving some stuff. Adam gets busy while Scotty drinks beer. I won't suggest that this is an example of anything... (In actual fact, they're trying to get a frisbee out of a tree!)

When double-glazing explodes!

Bluebell season

07 May 2008 14
More of an ethereal glow than a sea of blue. I'm not blaming the camera: it was something about the light of this place, and also, I fear, I've missed the bluebells' peak by a day or so.

Unexpected exposure

03 May 2008 21
This fascinates me: my eyes saw Laura perfectly exposed (of course) and the reflection in the window was very dark. The camera decided to attempt to correctly expose the window instead. This is a bit of a crop (or what the heck kind of framing would it have been!? ;) ) It's also a huge manipulation of the light levels in what was a RAW image. I love the purple sheen the top-right of the window has taken on. That's not clipping, it's just a quality of that glass. There's clearly something to be explored and exploited here.

Peace sign


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