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I was looking to see what I was shooting last year in May 2019, when I discovered that we were in Fyvie Castle on exactly this day - and shooting the carpet of bluebells! This year all National Trust Scotland sites, gardens and parks are closed and the gates locked. It seems extreme, as we rarely met more than a few folks in our many visits there ... but there are no bluebells for us, just memories of them!

Shot with the the Lensbaby Double glass on the NEX-6

 

HTMT ;o)

 

If you are interested in the Lensbaby and how it works there's more (off Flickr) on my Inedita website.

More about the Double Glass optic Here

More about the whole Lensbaby systemHere

 

Flickr albums:

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

My Lensbaby "double-glass" set: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

Esta flor tropical florece y se marchita en una noche, por lo que le colocaron el nombre de La Flor del Baile.

One tree almost touching the surface of the loch.

Taken along the loch-side walk at Fyvie Castle using an infrared 'Super Goldie' (590nm) filter in a digital converted Nikon D80.

The usual effect of the Super Goldie is to make the sky deep gold, and the trees blue. This shot is SOOC, and the water is golden, and the leaves a gentle blue.

There's a link to another shot in the first comment field. Both shots were taken within minutes of each other - the infrared Goldie filter can still surprise me!

 

There's more about shooting in infrared here: Infrared adventures on my Inedita website - if you are interested in what IR photography can offer you ;o)

 

My Infrared set: Here

My Tree set: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

 

Ancora cartelle da completare, foto inedita !

scatto da auto , set preparato !!!

HD 3600 iso a 3500px : www.flickr.com/photos/141778558@N05/45700469831/sizes/o/

No es inédito que llueva en Córdoba . El dios de la lluvia llora sobre ella de tarde en tarde ,lo inédito es tomar 99 fotos mojándote y ver pasar la gente ensimismada como si lo que viera no tuviese importancia. Afortunadamente mentes preclaras han tenido siempre la misión de abastecer de agua a Córdoba: los romanos que con unas galerías o tajeas traían el agua de la sierra , mas los arroyos que cruzaban la ciudad y estructuras que mas tarde los árabes mantuvieron , mas aun autorizaron pozos en las casa particulares, que todavía persisten algunos con gran valor porque sus brocales eran autenticas joyas . Como anécdota en una tierra seca , diré que la famosa plaza de Las Tendillas , centro neurálgico de la ciudad esta sobre una laguna , evidentemente controlada por las autoridades y conozco la entrada , pero no tuve nunca la oportunidad de bajar. En tiempos pasados pero recientes, dadas las inundaciones del caudaloso río , vamos en el régimen anterior se hicieron unos embalses de control de caudal y para el riego y con el nuevo régimen se han mejorado y en esta ciudad nunca ha estado restringida el agua y hemos soportado muchas sequías que para el campo no eran buenas . He virado al B/W y he dejado una alerta de rojo , a lo mejor simpática , pero es una alegoría o una llamada de atención al gasto de agua ..un bien por el que hay que hacer sacrificios para que no falte en eso lugares tan necesitados...Solo una llamada de atención en rojo, como un semáforo , como un Stop al gasto indiscriminado...

   

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Summer reflections at Fyvie loch ..... when there were leaves!

Shot here in infrared with my Nikon D90 converted to shoot only in IR 720nm. I played with the processing, to see if any more gentle colours could be coaxed out using faux ;o)

 

More about shooting in IR : theliddells.com/infrared-section/ on my Blog

Happy Tree-mendous Tuesday!

Happy Textural Tuesday too ;o)

  

My Textural Tuesday set here: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

My Infrared set: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

 

The trees along the loch-side walk at Fyvie Castle, shot in infrared.

 

Taken using an infrared 'Super Goldie' (590nm) filter in a digital converted Nikon D80.

The usual effect of the Super Goldie is to make the sky deep gold, and the trees blue. But if you apply a FAUX (false) action to your shot in Photoshop then you can play around with the colours, and have some sliding fun ;o)

 

HSS!!

 

Theres more about shooting in infrared here: Infrared adventures on my Inedita website - if you are interested in what IR photography can offer you ;o)

 

My Infrared set: Here

My Sliders Sunday set is here: Here

My Tree set: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

 

A sense of brightness and optimism in the autumn sunshine and colours .... missing now!

Shot with the Lensbaby Double glass on the NEX-6

 

HFF ;o)

 

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

My Lensbaby "double-glass" set: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

 

If you are interested about the Lensbaby and how it works there's more (off Flickr) on my Inedita website.

More about the Double Glass optic Here

More about the whole Lensbaby systemHere

Little Loch Soy - taken a while back. I thought I'd posted this one, but can't find it anywhere in my Flickr albums!

Shot with the Lensbaby Edge 80.

 

Happy Monochrome Thursday!

Hoping that you are, safe and well and virus-free.

 

If you are interested in the Lensbaby and how it works there's more (off Flickr) on my Inedita website.

More about the whole Lensbaby system Here

Part 4: 2017 and The Edge 80 is: Here with most of the shots taken from the Fyvie Castle walk. I hope you can take a look and enjoy the stroll ;o)

Links to all my articles on photography: Talking digital photography

 

Lensbaby Edge 80: LB Edge 80

B/W Tinted and Mono Here

My landscape set Here

Local places of interest: Here

Shooting in Infrared can give us a whole new world to explore ... imagining the colours and textures we would see if your eyes were atuned to seeing other parts of the spectrum of light!

Here I was looking from the shade of the trees towards the bright sunlight on a green field - which looks pure white here! Taken along the loch-side walk at Fyvie Castle using an infrared 'Super Goldie' (590nm) filter in a digital converted Nikon D80.

There's a link to 2 more shot in the first comment field. Both shots were taken within minutes of each other - the infrared Goldie filter can still surprise me!

 

HTmT and HTT too ;o)

 

There's more about shooting in infrared here: Infrared adventures on my Inedita website - if you are interested in what IR photography can offer you ;o)

 

My Infrared set: Here

My Tree set: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

 

Happy Monochrome Bokeh Thursday ;o)

Using the Lensbaby Twist 60 optic for the bokeh effect. My newest Lensbaby optic, and one I haven't had a chance to use a lot yet.

More on the Lensbaby here: theliddells.com/lensbaby-section/ though I haven't used the Twist 60 optic enough to write about it yet.

 

Lensbaby Twist 60: Here

B/W Tinted and Mono Here

My Bokeh set: Here

Leaves, fruit, seeds etc: Here

...almost! A moss covered tree in the early Spring sunshine, by Fyvie loch. Shot with the Lensbaby Sweet 50 on the NEX-6 - in many ways my favourite Lensbaby optic ;o)

 

HTMT and HTT too ;o)

 

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

Lensbaby Sweet 50: Here

My Textural Tuesday set here: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

 

If you are interested about the Lensbaby and how it works there's more (off Flickr) on my Inedita website.

More about the Sweet 50 optic Here

More about the whole Lensbaby systemHere

The woodland and loch-side walk at Fyvie Castle, my favourite local 'exercise' spot for both me and my cameras ;o)

The long driveway up to the castle is 'fenced' in this way to keep the cars from parking among the trees, but allow the animals (including us humans) to move freely. Every few marker 'poles' is a speed bump too - to keep traffic at a crawl.

Shot here in infrared with my Nikon D80 converted to shoot only in IR 590nm. Usually the Super Goldie filter colours the trees blue, and turns the sky golden. Here I chose to develop a B+W version.

More about shooting in IR : theliddells.com/infrared-section/ on my Blog

 

HFF!! ;o)

 

Fence Friday photos set: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

My Infrared set: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

 

The woodland walk at Fyvie Castle - shot in infrared with my Nikon D80 converted to shoot only in IR 590nm. Usually the Super Goldie filter colours the trees blue, and turns the sky golden. Something that often happens when shooting in IR is a lens flare. It can spoil a shot, or sometimes add a new dimension. Here the lens flare has hijacked the blue colour for itself, making an unusual composition ;o)

December is my 'blue' month, interspersed (of course) with the festive offerings.

The colour Blue: Here

 

More about shooting in IR : theliddells.com/infrared-section/ on my Blog

Happy Tree-mendous Tuesday!

Happy Textural Tuesday too ;o)

 

My Textural Tuesday set here: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

My Infrared set: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

 

The trees along the loch-side walk at Fyvie Castle.

HTT and Happy Tree-mendous Tuesday ;o)

 

Taken using an infrared 'Super Goldie' (590nm) filter in a digital converted Nikon D80.

The usual effect of the Super Goldie is to make the sky deep gold, and the trees blue. But if you apply a FAUX (false) action to your shot it will invert the colours so the sky is back to being blue - but so also are rocks, stones, paths and buildings! And the leaves become a gentle yellow ochre golden tint. Here I played with the faux conversion so as to get green back into the frame ... which gave this image a purple tint to the sky. It is great fun playing with the colours! ;o)

There's a link through to a sister shot in the first comment field, taken at the same time, and given a more usual Goldie faux conversion.

 

Making the Super Goldie FAUX effect is a topic of my Talking Digital Photography website - if you are interested in what IR photography can offer you ;o)

 

My Infrared set: Here

My Textural Tuesday set: Here

My Tree set: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

 

Happy MBT! and Monochrome Thursday!

Shot with the Lensbaby Double glass on the NEX-6

 

My Lensbaby "double-glass" set: Here

B/W Tinted and Mono Here

 

If you are interested in the Lensbaby and how it works there's more (off Flickr) on my Inedita website.

More about the Double Glass optic Here

More about the whole Lensbaby system Here

 

En homenaje a FFG

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No perderse esta "inestimable" y para mis hasta hoy inedita cancion del actor....

Aun vivo para el amor

 

Y su frase más acertada:

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For the Smile on Saturday challenge: "Dogmania"

 

I don't have a dog, and I rarely photograph dogs ... but one day (long before the pandemic of course) we stopped to chat with a fellow walker ... and as we chatted I found myself enjoying the little white poodle, who was full of energy and keen to get on with his walk! I had a Lensbaby optic with me, not ideal for a restless subject! But I kept snapping, not sure if I would ever use the shots, or just keep them as a memory of the brief encounter of the morning! So here are just a few of them ;o)

Shot with the Lensbaby Sweet 50 on the NEX-6

 

HSoS ;o)

 

Cliche and Smile on Saturday: Here

Lensbaby Sweet 50: Here

Birds, beasts & insects here: Here

 

If you are interested about the Lensbaby and how it works there's more (off Flickr) on my Inedita website.

More about the Sweet 50 optic Here

More about the whole Lensbaby systemHere

Aquí os dejo otra mas de esta serie y hasta hoy inédita, obtenida cuando los otoños se comportaban como tales, que tiempos aquellos y que colores jajajaja.

  

Ver Fondo Negro | View On Black

 

Espero que os guste y gracias por vuestro tiempo, comentarios y visitas.

  

PLEASE:

 

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· No invitations to groups where one must comment and/or invite and/or give award and no group icon without any comment.

 

POR FAVOR:

 

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THANKS / Muchas gracias!!

 

¡¡AWARD Y LOGOS NO, POR FAVOR - SE ELIMINARAN TODOS!!

¡¡AWARD AND LOGOS NOT, PLEASE - I'LL REMOVE THEM ALL!!

The combination of the breeze rippling the loch and swaying the branches made for a Lensbaby bokeh moment!

Taken at Fyvie Castle earlier in the year. For my September theme "Trees and leaves in the spotlight" Here

Happy Bokeh Wednesday too ;o)

 

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

My Lensbaby "double-glass" set: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

 

If you are interested in the Lensbaby and how it works there's more (off Flickr) on my Inedita website.

More about the Double Glass optic Here

More about the whole Lensbaby systemHere

Yesterday I invited you all to come and take a stroll round Inedita, the website/Blog that Mike and I are jointly running - his passion is literature and language, mine, of course is photography! Several folks reported that their browser or anti-virus software reacted badly and warned against entering. The problem needed a small adjustment, that my web host kindly sorted out for me this afternoon.

So once again - without fear of damaging your laptop, PC, Smartphone or tablet - welcome to Inedita www.theliddells.com My section is Talking Digital Photography and the single articles are under Play Time. (All off Flickr)

As I mentioned I've spent the last 6 weeks creating the website, and moving all my online articles into it. I was surprised to find that over the last 2 years I've amassed 19 articles - so it has proved to be quite a long job. I've been having great fun collecting it all together, and I hope it will make interesting and suitably playful reading too ;o)

This cover still life shows how new we are to WordPress, our site-building software, I thought a visual smile about our current reading was a light-hearted way to welcome ourselves to the online world, and others to our new venture!

Apologies, I can't find a way on Flickr to instruct a link to open in a new tab, so do what you usually do to keep Flickr open, and also follow the links.

 

The lochside at Fyvie again - like the previous shot. But here the trees are in their autumn splendour - still full of colour. No wonder that as photographers we love autumn so much ;o)

Shot with the Helios 44-2 lens, I used this shot on my Blog, discussing Composition

 

Happy Tree-mendous Tuesday!

Happy Textural Tuesday too ;o)

 

My Textural Tuesday set here: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

 

Un rinconcito encantador...

 

Fa quaranta set anys que visc aqui, i mai fins ara me n'havia adonat d'aquest nou angle per fotografiar el poble. Bé, també és veritat que no en fa tants d'anys que faig fotos...

L'altra dia, passava amb la meva néta per aquesta zona per on no hi passo gaire i on en el últims anys s'hi han fet construccions noves, i de sobte "veig" aquesta foto. Potser va ser l'hora del dia, la llum del sol, els arbres, que s'han fet grans...sigui el que sigui, vaig tornar ben contenta cap a casa per haver fet una foto d'alguna manera "inèdita" donat que des d'aqui no l'havia fotografiat mai el poble...

 

Hace cuarenta y siete años que vivo aquí, y nunca hasta ahora me había percatado de este nuevo ángulo para fotografiar el pueblo. Bueno, también es verdad que no hace tantos años que hago fotos ...

El otro día, pasaba con mi nieta por esta zona por donde no paso mucho y donde en los últimos años se han hecho construcciones nuevas, y de repente "veo" esta foto. Tal vez fue la hora del día, la luz del sol, los árboles, que han crecido considerablemente... sea lo que sea, volví bien contenta a casa por haber hecho una foto de alguna manera "inédita" dado que desde aqui nunca había hecho ninguna foto.

 

Yet another hot and dry day ... just the weather to make me crave the cool of the woodland walk around the loch at Fyvie Castle, where the tall trees are in full leaf, and cast cooling shade. Shot here in infrared with my Nikon D90 converted to shoot only in IR 720nm.

More about shooting in IR : theliddells.com/infrared-section/

 

Happy Tree-mendous Tuesday!

Happy Textural Tuesday too ;o)

 

My Textural Tuesday set here: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

My Infrared set: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

Con el confinamiento en casa, he estado editando algunas fotos antiguas e inéditas. Esto fue tomado hace aproximadamente un año.

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With confinement to home as it is, just going through some older, unpublished photos. This was taken about a year ago.

Such a romantic name ;o)

Alstroemeria or Peruvian lily is such a delicate and lovely flower, and I found some white ones in the supermarket this week. I couldn't resist shooting one flower for the theme this week - "pretty in pastel".

Shot with the Lensbaby Double glass and the +4 macro filter.

 

Happy Smile on Saturday - and have a great weekend

 

Cliche and Smile on Saturday: Here

My Lensbaby "double-glass" set: Here

"flowers, fans and more" Here

All kinds of Lilies: Here

 

If you are interested about the Lensbaby and how it works there's more (off Flickr) on my Inedita website.

More about the Double Glass optic Here

More about the whole Lensbaby systemHere

 

... through the branches and the leaves into the sunshine ... through infrared eyes ;o)

Shot with the Nikon D80 "infrared converted" 590nm "Super Goldie"

 

Happy Monochrome Thursday ;o)

 

There's more about shooting in infrared here: Infrared adventures on my Inedita website - if you are interested in what IR photography can offer you ;o)

 

My Infrared set: Here

My Tree set: Here

The sister shot to last week's "Take off" feather - found in the archives for inspiration, that made me think of Concorde, and smile!

They are both linking to the article on photography is about moving from Auto to full Manual Mode ... and I called it Flying Solo, as it felt very much like being a nervous novice in control of a very powerful and complex machine! Jan Timmons very kindly let me use her image of a Redpoll in flight to head up the article - many thanks, Jan! A modest feather is the best I can offer ;o)

 

Happy Bokeh Wednesday as well!

 

My Bokeh set: Here

My Birds, beasts & insects here: Here

Con esta foto cerramos el viaje de Marta por el hemisferio sur. Queda mucho pero somos jovenes. Iran apareciendo las islas Fidji pero ya de vez en cuando

The trees along the woodland walk at Fyvie Castle.

HTT and Happy Tree-mendous Tuesday ;o)

 

Taken using an infrared 'Super Goldie' filter in a digital converted Nikon D80. I ran a faux conversion, and finished off using NIK Silver Efex Pro.

 

Ways of making the Super Goldie FAUX effect are covered on my website. The photography section is Talking Digital Photography - if you are interested in what IR photography can offer you ;o)

 

My Infrared set: Here

My Textural Tuesday set here: Here

My Tree set is here: Here

My Fyvie Castle set: Here

Somehow this kokeshi doll is so autumnal, with the brown kimono and hair, and golden flowers! Just right with autumn leaves and autumn sunshine through the window!

Texturing my own and MixPixBox

HBW and HWW!

This is one of the images I've used in writing my blog section on using Light. I've got a general page, then one page on working with natural light, a 2nd on using only artificial light to shoot by, and a 3rd on mixing natural, artificial and even Photoshop light together. If you are interested the place to start is It's all about the light the links are all at the bottom of the page ;o)

I'm working on a page about bokeh and light flare, but not got it finished yet!

It is all part of the ideas I've been thinking about from reading Zen Camera Making me think, and rethink a lot - and having a lot of fun along the way ;o)

 

Apologies if I can't comment today, I've been called away. I'll catch up tomorrow ;o)

 

Still Life Compositions: Here

 

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Le silence est une vertu qui nous rend sympathiques aux autres.

 

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El silencio es una virtud que nos hace simpáticos.

 

Samuel Butler (GB., 1835-1902)

 

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Foto: Torrijo de la Cañada (Zaragoza): el cerro de las bodegas. Sobre el núcleo de este original pueblo de trazado medieval, destaca una ladera horadada por centenares de bodegas; cada familia posee la suya propia para elaborar y disfrutar el vino, estando dispuestas a diversas alturas creando una imagen inédita y pintoresca.

  

Photo : Torrijo de la Cañada (province de Saragosse) est un petit village du sudouest du département. Une des attractions du villag et bon des moindres est sa "colline des caves à vin". Chaque famille a la sienne pour y fabriquer et entreposer son vin. Disposées à des hauteurs diférentes et en rang, ces caves forment un ensemble original et pittoresque.

Looking through the archives for inspiration, this made me think of Concorde, and smile!

My latest article on photography is about moving from Auto to full Manual Mode ... and I called it Flying Solo, as it felt very much like being a nervous novice in control of a very powerful and complex machine! Jan Timmons very kindly let me use her image of a Redpoll in flight to head up the article - many thanks, Jan! A modest feather is the best I can offer ;o)

 

Happy Bokeh Wednesday as well!

 

My Bokeh set: Here

My Birds, beasts & insects here: Here

A recent article made me ponder ... when did we change from the traditional breakfast (for me toast and an egg, or porridge) to cold cereals and Danish pastries? As a child I don't remember cereals, but now the supermarkets are full of such a variety of highly processed and sugared ways to start the morning! It set me thinking, when did Mr Kellogg enter our kitchens and vocabulary?

OK also an excuse to shoot my favourite brushed metal toast rack and egg-cup!

Shot with the Lensbaby Double glass on the NEX-6

 

Happy Monochrome Thursday ;o)

 

My Lensbaby "double-glass" set: Here

B/W Tinted and Mono Here

 

If you are interested about the Lensbaby and how it works there's more (off Flickr) on my Inedita website.

More about the Double Glass optic Here

More about the whole Lensbaby systemHere

For the Smile on Saturday challenge "Rock"

The Bow Fiddle rock is famous locally - its name is taken from its shape, as it dips down into the sea it looks like the end of a violin bow.

The North East coast of Scotland is very rocky, with headlands and standing stones both on the shore and in the sea. I've been shooting up and down the local coast for several years, and have become intrigued about how these rock formations developed. In so many places the layers of rock point at a 45 degree angle, like the Bow Fiddle. So I began to research it, and discovered the fascinating history of Scotland's geology.

In 'Deep Time' (hundreds of millions of years ago) Scotland and England belonged to completely different continents. And when the two continents met and crashed into each other the earth's crust folded and buckled, and the Scottish Highlands were formed, and so were these strange rock formations all along our coast! I've written about it, with more photos on my website Here

 

This shot, taken with my iPhone, caught a popular way some tourists record their visit - climbing up the steep cliff-side, and taking selfies with the Bow Fiddle Rock in the background. Sometimes I just watch and hope that they won't step backwards and fall!!

Apologies for using a shot taken in May, I just couldn't find the time this week to return to Portknockie. The rock doesn't change - just the tides and the light ;o)

HSoS!! and a fun weekend to all ;o)

 

Cliche and Smile on Saturday: Here

Sea Sand,Sky & Water set: Here

Local places of interest: Here

 

The Bow Fiddle rock at Portknockie in Aberdeenshire.

I've almost forgotten how I ended up with this ;o)

It started life as an Infrared shot of the Bow Fiddle, and went through Photoshop and NIK before being attached to a postcard!

Texture my own, and 2 Lil Owls Levity collection.

If you're interested there is more about the Bow Fiddle rock on my Blog - theliddells.com/bow-fiddle/

 

My Sliders Sunday set is here: Here

Post-processing set: Here

 

Sim...tinha que ter uma dessa! kkk

 

Yes...had to have one of these! kkk

My usual monthly collage is a more momentous 'bookmark' today, as not only the year turns, but so does the decade. A time to pause and look back as well as greeting the arrival of the 2020s. Here in the UK it has been a time of great upheaval and great divisions. I cannot remember a time when the divide has been greater. So I look back with concern, and forward with little sense of optimism. A sad position for us to be in, and one many of us feel need never have happened.

 

One thing that doesn't change, and never fails to both console and delight me is photography ... expressed as ever on Flickr!

This last year it has been joined by another online presence for me with the development of Inedita - the website/Blog Mike and I have created. I've been splitting my time between Flickr and my section Talking Digital Photography where I write about anything and everything that interests me from lenses like Lensbaby to shooting in Infrared, to a new photo printer, to books that fire my imagination. The latest book to absorb me is "Zen Camera". So my personal world feels both creative and positive, and offers me something of an escape!

So the new year enters, and I hope that is does indeed offer us some hope - both globally, and on this small island!

 

At a glance: At a Glance

 

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