Had to nip into town today just to get some final things for my Iceland trip. As I was there I thought I'd pop in to the Leicester People's Photographic Gallery - a relatively new feature in the city, in an old lending library in the centre.
Was nice to see all the work on display, including a few of mine!
Taken with the Fuji x100 in Panoramic mode - and it did a relatively decent job
It's a cliche again - but what can you do when you're in an airport all day waiting for a flight that's been delayed 4 hours because the plane couldn't take off to come collect you due to too much snow!
Skogafoss in Iceland. Very wet and raining which meant to get this shot I had to clean the rain from the lens, get an assistant to hold an umbrella in front of the lens to keep it dry, then quickly move it out of the way so i could take the shot before it got smeared with rain again.
Thanks Jon - yeah, really interesting place - just a shame it rained so much, ruining most of the photo opportunities we had planned - plus the snow blocking the roads made for hellish driving conditions.
Thanks Matt - I appreciate you commenting. I have to admit I'd given up updating the thread due to the lack of interaction (let's face it, we're all here for feedback, encouragement and inspiration from our peers) but had kept going on the 365 on flickr. It's not easy, and I'll happily admit that the past couple of weeks have been diabolical for me. I can't wait until the days get longer and I can start doing the stuff I love!
Iceland - it was brilliant and I'm definitely going back. For someone who loves landscapes the way I do the terrain was so 'alien' it was brilliant. Going to aim to get back there in November I think.
As for the aeroplane I was on - don't worry about knowing the exact type - as an ex-air cadet I find the flying part just as enjoyable as the actual holiday. If not tinged with jealousy and envy of the guys up by the front window
I'll bring this thread up to date. See what happens