A few images from a magical evening at the Humberston Fitties salt lakes on the Tetney Marshes bird reserve.
Panasonic G6 with 14-42 EZ lens.
|This beast was as noisey and fearsome as it looked.|
|Another steam lorry.|
|I have a granddauighter Called Katie......|
|Spotted on a lorry door.|
|An "Indian" motor cycle at the Wall of death Show.|
|This one was once in service from the market town of Caistor, Lincolnshire.|
|"The Hub", Students Union building at Sheffield College.|
Sheffield, along with several other cities, is known as "Grafitti City" because of the extensive
amount of high quality art works around the buildings of Sheffield.
|David Attenborough, of course.|
|Harry Brearley, see below.|
|Our Silver Birch tree.|
|Birch bark patterns.|
|Birch "Catkin" seed head.|
|Perennial Geranium leaves.|
|Sobraria 'Sem' leaf.|
|A visitor to our garden.|
Some Pansies to finish.
Olympus EM1 Mk2 + 25mm Mzuiko lens.
(All taken at F1.8)
|A porcelain model of a King Charles Cavalier, bought for us as it resembles our Suzi.|
An ornament made from British Coal. We bought this as it resembles another of our
dogs, a Patterdale Terrier called Abby. She was a rescue dog and a real favourite of mine.
This is not a reminder of one of our dogs, nor is it a "Selfie"!
The dog is a wax candle, hence the wick sticking out of it's head.
|Here he is "wickless".|
This is the setup I used in my garage, natural daylight through the open side door
plus a reflector.
|Some of my wife Carole's collection of "Lilliput Houses".|
Brought in from the garden, I tried a traditional still life image.
Olympus EM1 Mk2 + 12-100 Pro lens.
|These pegs are to hang my fishing nets up to dry. No fishing just now though.|
|Silver Birch bark patterns.|
|A clump of "Parrot Tulips".|
|A single standard Tulip.|
A permanent spring & summer resident in my garden, this is my Tortoise, "Joey".
I've had him for 70 years!
|He thinks everything is food and will bite!|
Joey loves his food.