Realview is now on blogspot
30th May 2016 - 0 comments
Realview photography blog is now on blogspot. Please follow the Realview Blog tab which links directly to my current photographs and activities.

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Photography Week 37
13th September 2015 - 0 comments
Photography week 37 is a new blog post on BlogSpot....

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Budby South Forest
09th September 2015 - 0 comments
Budby South Forest is a new blog post on Realview Photography BlogSpot...

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Photography Week 36
05th September 2015 - 0 comments
Photography week 36 is retrospective look at some images taken between the 31st August and 5th September 2015.

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The Pond
04th September 2015 - 0 comments
In a previous post I shared a number of abstract photographs of film covered straw or hay bales. This set follows a similar style and were taken from a footbridge at one of our local ponds.

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30th August 2015 - 0 comments
These are a set of abstract images of film covered straw or hay bales.....

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Wildflowers - Scentless Mayweed or Ox Eye Daisy
29th June 2015 - 0 comments
This summer I have taken more time to photograph the wildflowers growing locally to home. In previous years I had casually photographed flowers with a compact camera without necessarily seeking to identify the plant or to consider compositions.

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Common Bent Grass
28th June 2015 - 0 comments
I didn't set out to photograph grass but whilst focusing low on a wild flower I noticed the delicacy of the common bent grass.....

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Canal Tunnel Reflections
27th June 2015 - 0 comments
As I walked along the canal in Nottingham the sun made a brief appearance creating reflections on the brickwork. The play of light added an extra dimension which made me reach for the camera.

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Garden in Taurito, Gran Canaria
15th June 2015 - 0 comments
Taurito is a tourist resort set in a steep volcanic valley with hotels cut into the rock face. In the centre is a pedestrian area that leads to the beach with shops, a water park and a well cared for garden.

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Puerto de las Nieves
10th June 2015 - 0 comments
The visit to Puerto de las Nieves was prompted by a photo I saw in a tourist guide book. I was looking particularly for a dramatic coastal location for photography and the high cliffs from Nieves beach seemed to fit the bill.

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Fuente de los Azulejos, Gran Canaria
10th June 2015 - 0 comments
On the road from Mogán to San Nicolas de Tolentino is an unusual yellow, turquoise and pink rock formation called Fuente de los Azulejos or "fountains of tiles".

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Inland Gran Canaria
08th June 2015 - 0 comments
Sun, sea and beaches are the Canary Island's big attractions but it is also worth taking a trip inland so long as you are prepared for a drive up winding roads and have a head for heights.

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Barrel Cacti
07th June 2015 - 0 comments
In the resort of Taurito, Gran Canaria there was a very well cared for and planted garden.......

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05th June 2015 - 0 comments
On an overcast day in Gran Canaria we stopped at the dunes in Maspalomas....

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Canarian Friezes
04th June 2015 - 0 comments
On one of the walls in Puerto de Mogan are these depictions of Canarian life. I have applied some post processing techniques to give soft textured finish to the images.

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Puerto de Mogán, Gran Canaria
03rd June 2015 - 0 comments
Puerto de Mogán is a picturesque town in the south western part of Gran Canaria. It is a working port, marina, commercial centre and a tourist destination.

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31st May 2015 - 0 comments
I found an isolated lilac coloured flowering rhododendron bush in Clipstone forest. After photographing the whole flower I wanted to produce something a bit more abstract making as much of the colour as possible.

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Bluebells, Dockey Wood
24th May 2015 - 0 comments
A visit to Dockey Wood on the Ashridge Estate in Hertfordshire provided a second opportunity this year to photograph bluebells.

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Spring Showers and Demonic Sheep
18th May 2015 - 0 comments
There are few better photographic combinations than leaden skies and bright sun. The light is so intense in these conditions drawing out the colours in the landscape. There is also a fair chance of a rainbow - as well as getting wet!

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