Even though I failed on the photo 52 for 2017 Im going to try a 365 with no rules or pressure on me. I won't necessarily post daily due to doing shiftwork but each photo will be taken on a different day.
Nice Paul. My small bit of feedback: A little bit noisy and a strange line top left. I think possibly moving some of the things around, or from a slightly different angle might help (but that's just me!). For example a bit more space between the glass and the candle on the right.
Another one taken on the day but posted the day after - 006/365. 25 years - A fun present from our daughter from last month for our silver anniversary.
Had a plan to get a milky way / windmill shot at Pitstone Windmill last night and after a 2 hour return journey it didn't pan out, too much cloud and way too much light pollution! So, at ten to midnight last night I took this.
Little Staughton Church, this is really a roadside snap as I was out this way today, however a little research and I think this has real potential at sunrise or sunset! One to remember for sure! Deliberately processsed to make it look like it could bave been taken in the fifties.
Project 365 - 018/365: Thundercloud over copse
Out testing my new lens from yesterday but in fact managed to take this shot with the 12-40 instead! Anyway, this was a chance shot on my way home where this thundercloud seemed to have settled over a copse of trees in a field. I only had a minute to set up and take this one so was very lucky.
Project 365 - 029/365: Lewis War Memorial
The Lewis War Memorial dedicated to the men who lost their lives in World War I from the Lewis area (Outer Hebrides, Scotland). Completed in 1924, it is situated at the highest point of the town of Stornoway.
Project 365 - 030/365: North Lewis War and Iolaire Memorial
Near South Dell on the Isle of Lewis is another war memorial to those that died in both World Wars as well as those that perished in the Iolaire disaster. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMY_Iolaire (You can see the sort of weather we had by the raindrops on the lens!)
Project 365 - 036/365: Oops! So, this is my 12-40mm f2.8 pro lens, or what's left of it. Basically during my trip to the Outer Hebrides on a visit to a very wet and windy south end of the island I slipped and fell and this happened