You must have got that early on, I couldn't see the moon when I was out there earlier, (head torch cross country, all you usually see is the pool of light in front of your feet!) it was heavily overcast and drizzling the whole time!
LOL Brian it is a bit. The last few days of the 365 are going to be really tricky as my Father-in-Law has just been taken into hospital for a triple bypass in Leicester, so not only getting ready for Christmas & working, but dirving Mum-in-Law back and forward visiting until Brother-in-Law back from hols on 23rd to share the driving.
It doesn't does it, it's an orange version of limoncello & we got it in an Italian Deli locally. It's made with the peel of fresh oranges and is absolutely divine So fresh tasting, but with a huge kick
Hey Sarah, it's been far too long since I last popped my head into the crazy corner, it's great to see your project progressing so well and you've got so many stunning photos in here...love the dinosaurs they are all particularly well thought out and shot...and your still life's are just stunning
I have to say though oddly considering my usual distain for them the bridalway and the pilons is only of my favourites that I've seen
...another one for a high contrast mono with perhaps excessive sharpening or some grain added I think - and while I'm being picky :grin: it works better for me rotated to letterbox aspect (for some reason)