Now, as anyone who knows me would tell you, I am not someone that you would expect to find in Hobbycraft. However, today I found myself wondering about the store with my wife, who was there to get some invitations. I noticed a few packs of 'quilling paper' which immediately caught my eye, as they screamed out to become a subject of some macro photography.
In celebration of today's Chinese New Year, below is a gallery of everything 'Chinese'. Happy New Year!
The Shard is Europes tallest building. Standing at over 1000ft tall, the structure towers over London's skyline. Recently a viewing gallery was opened to the public. Although you currently need to book tickets there are plenty available at quite short notice.
I visited the Hellfire caves today to capture some images at the request of a friend, for a project he is running. The light conditions weren't great today as it was overcast and dull, however, the photos came out better than expected :) Below are 2 of the images from the session.
Swedish photographer, Hans Strand, has captured some amazing photgraphs of icebergs whilst exploring Greenland on a ship. In one of the images, water can be seen cascading 100's of feet into the ocean from a melting glacier.
Phil Davison recently captured a number of awesome photos of a seal feeding on a live octopus. Whilst on an open water diving trip with friends, Phil spotted a local seal nicknamed 'Cecile' feeding and dragging the octopus around under water.
The occasional bird visiting your bird feeder may make a 'nice' photo. But what about a montage of different photos, spliced together to show 20 minutes worth of birds feeding. The RSPB have released such a photo.