I'm gearing myself up to get some new shots at present. I'm off for the coming week and the wind forecast looks ropy for surfing meaning I'll probably get snapping.
In the meantime, here are a few more abstract images I've taken over the years. Sometimes you just want to get heavy handed on the PhotoShopping! As always, click on the images to see them full sixe.
Hope you enjoy them.
First off, a couple of shots from a derelict building in West Cornwall. This building was an out building at East Pool Mine.
Wheal Frances mine here, again in West Cornwall. A crude effect this but I had fun!
Sticking with the properly abstract, this shot is of Webbo's (my son) eye. His mum hates this but he loves it!
Sticking with odd looking kids (only joking), this is my little mat Sam who lives down the road from me. Again my wife hates this. Luckily Sam's mum and dad like it! It did raise questions about Sam's mum having a one night stand with Papa Surf mind!
I guess this one could've been included in the previous skate post although it fits better here I think. This was actually a real blurred capture but I loved the shadow so got busy editing.
I love macro and I love depth of field and the following have both.
I really went to town aperture wise on both of this. Wide angle macro lens really helps too with this shot from Prime Skatepark.
Milbrook Skatepark this time. I feel a bit of a fraud displaying the next two really as the art's not mine but it is great art.
This one was actually nothing like these colours so heavy filter work was needed.
These two were taken on the same rainy day in a holiday chalet.
This one looks like something out of an Ikea catalogue... I know...
I snapped this at a dog show, bizarrely. Has a real prison look I thought.
I snapped this on a demo against the obliteration of the NHS by our Tory government. It didn't help but the blood will be on their hands.
I got this on a recent trip to Brittany.
Newquay Airport. I really want to replicate this with a plane in it... The waves were calling me though....
Finally, one of my personal faves.
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