This is the final part to this ‘series’. The final day with Red Cloud Days Photography course was better then the first day. We were taken out to Wollaton Hall & Deer Park. The weather had cleared up a little, stopped raining and was even a little warmer then it was on Saturday, much the relief of everyone in the class. There would be no need for the waterproofs I’d bought the day before
The intrepid explorers in the class and our fearless leader set out into the park
To carry on reading the rest of this post go ahead and click the link .. I’ve split this as it’s gonna be rather big for the front page of the blog. BTW, click on any photo to go to Flickr to see it in a bigger size. I’ve only kept the size down for faster load times.
Well, finished day 1 of the Red Cloud Days Photography course. So far I’m pretty impressed. Simon Bolton, the instructor is quite good, sometimes the material gets a bit dry, but what can you do, … Continue reading Photography – part 2→
Last year just before Christmas I bought a new Nikon D5000 kit from ebay. Every time I’d bought a new camera over the last 5 or 6 years I’ve wanted to get a DSLR, but … Continue reading Photography … part 1→
Well, I’ve had my Android phone for just over 1 month now and I can only describe my feelings for the device as “growing stronger each day”. Which, if you’d been reading my blog a … Continue reading One month later…→
The day finally came this past week when I was finally released from Nokia based hell on Earth.
On Tuesday September, 14th was the day of my release. I can only liken the feeling to the one a convict whose just served 40 years in a Turkish prison. Ok perhaps that’s a bit dramatic, but it’s really not far off.