Tag Archives: sunset

Day #2105

Day #2105Title: Look To The West
Location: Bekeswell Lane, Galleywood
Camera: Panasonic Lumix GF5 / 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 IOS Pancake
Notes: A late afternoon walk to find a geocache in Oaklands Parks and then a wander back home via Hylands Park and Bekeswell Lane provided the opportunity for us to witness this lovely sunset across the Wid Valley.
One Year Ago: Day #1740
Two Years Ago: Day #1374
Three Years Ago: Day #1009
Four Years Ago: Day #644
Five Years Ago: Day #279

Day #2046

Day #2046Title: Pink Clouds & Grasses
Location: Galleywood Common
Camera: Canon EOS 7D / 40mm EF f/2.8 STM
Notes: I had plenty of location opportunities for pictures in London today, but not nearly enough time to take advantage of them. So by the time I got back to the station on the way home, I had not made a single image. Not wishing to resort to some macro shots in the studio, I took a detour while driving home and evoentually the sunset presented itself in a pleasing manner at my favourite sunset watching spot on Galleywood Common. The barbed wire and grasses provided a bit of foreground interest.
One Year Ago: Day #1681
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Three Years Ago: Day #950
Four Years Ago: Day #585
Five Years Ago: Day #220

Day #2031

Day #2031Title: Tangerine Sky
Location: At home
Camera: Canon EOS 7D / 40mm EF f/2.8 STM
Notes: I had made some lacklustre images this afternoon during a geocaching walk with Alistair, but wasn’t very happy with any of them. This evening I noticed a fantastic orange glow around sunset, so this is a lazy shot across the rooftops.
One Year Ago: Day #1666
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Three Years Ago: Day #935
Four Years Ago: Day #570
Five Years Ago: Day #205

Day #1999

Day #1999Title: Solstice Sundown
Location: At home
Camera: Canon EOS 7D / 100-400mm EF f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM
Notes: I had thought I would do something else for today’s image, but it was a pretty lame idea. However, even 1999 days in, this project continues to surprise me. Having been a grim, grey, wet day I wasn’t expecting to see a sunset this evening. But viewing a friend’s sunset image from yesterday on the laptop prompted me to look out of the window and there it was! By the time I had found my camera, fitted my long lens and poked them out of the window, I could still see some colour in the clouds and framed up the neighbours’ roof and chimney to give an interesting silhouette shape. There you go, job done!
One Year Ago: Day #1634
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Three Years Ago: Day #903
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Five Years Ago: Day #173

Day #1991

Day #1991Title: Celestial Spotlights
Location: Galleywood Common
Camera: Panasonic Lumix GF1 / 45-200mm f/4-5.6 IOS
Notes: There was the promise of an interesting sunset this evening, so I hot-footed it to my favourite sunset-watching spot on Galleywood Common. I wasn’t disappointed – and even found three celestial spotlights shining for me through the clouds!
One Year Ago: Day #1626
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Five Years Ago: Day #165

Day #1960

Day #1960Title: The Light Floods Through The Clouds
Location: Chelmer Park
Camera: Canon EOS 7D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes: I made the most of some interesting light by taking a quick walk in Chelmer Park this evening. The clouds were providing a great backdrop to the crepuscular rays.
One Year Ago: Day #1595
Two Years Ago: Day #1229
Three Years Ago: Day #864
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Five Years Ago: Day #134