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Today was Jake’s first time riding on the Underground. He coped really well, to our mild surprise.

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View of St Paul’s Cathedral from One New Change.

View of St Paul’s Cathedral from One New Change.

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Guerrilla photography improvisation: using the car’s sunshade as a graduated density filter for a dramatic sky. Shot on an iPhone 5 with an Olloclip wide-angle adapter.

Guerrilla photography improvisation: using the car’s sunshade as a graduated density filter for a dramatic sky. Shot on an iPhone 5 with an Olloclip wide-angle adapter.

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Dawn, 15th November 2013.

Dawn, 15th November 2013.

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Fooling around with SnapSneed for Android. It did a good job with this pic of my friend Richard from a recent walk. Seems like a decent app.

Fooling around with SnapSneed for Android. It did a good job with this pic of my friend Richard from a recent walk. Seems like a decent app.

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Dog walking.

Dog walking.

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Michael Wolf takes stunning photographs of dense high-rise housing in Hong Kong. They are all of this style — symmetric, oppressive compositions of seemingly endless buildings and walls and windows, with nary a glimpse of sky or land, hypnotic in the sheer mass of humanity they represent. There’s more at Architecture Of Density.

Michael Wolf takes stunning photographs of dense high-rise housing in Hong Kong. They are all of this style — symmetric, oppressive compositions of seemingly endless buildings and walls and windows, with nary a glimpse of sky or land, hypnotic in the sheer mass of humanity they represent. There’s more at Architecture Of Density.

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As you may know, Tumblr’s very own Rachel came to stay with Danielle and I last week, and we had a great time showing her our humble little corner of Wales and England. It’s always great fun to have out-of-towners (or even, as in this case, out-of-countriers) visit because you get to do the tourist things you might not otherwise think to do in your own town. Naturally I carried my cameras around and shot (I think) a few good pictures. These are my favourites. You can see a few more on flickr, if you like these ones.

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Walking the dogs this morning, I eschewed my DSLR and took my Panasonic GF1 camera instead.

A few years back, I picked up an old Russian made lens on eBay on a whim (a 1970s-era Jupiter 8, 50 mm f/2) but as you can only use it in pure manual mode on the camera I found it clumsy at the time. I’m a bit more clued up on photography now, though. so I dug the Jupiter back out and took some shots today. I’m pretty pleased with how both of these turned out. I certainly cannot fault the lens for sharpness, it’s resolved the dew drops on the daffodil really nicely.

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Daisy.

Daisy.

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Butchery (by me)

Butchery (by me)

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Ullswater, one of seven pictures from our trip to England’s Lake District that are now on flickr.

Ullswater, one of seven pictures from our trip to England’s Lake District that are now on flickr.

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Right here, right now. This is the view from our hotel room’s balcony. There’s also champagne and the best wife ever. How’s your day going?

Right here, right now. This is the view from our hotel room’s balcony. There’s also champagne and the best wife ever. How’s your day going?

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Danielle and I went to the Bristol Harbour Festival today and ate our way around the food market. I took a few photos I liked, of which this is one; please click here if you would like to see some more.

Danielle and I went to the Bristol Harbour Festival today and ate our way around the food market. I took a few photos I liked, of which this is one; please click here if you would like to see some more.

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Jake (by PenLlawen)

Jake (by PenLlawen)

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