This Blipfoto thing is getting in the way of the rest of my life. This morning 'the light' suddenly appeared. I clambered into the car and drove up onto the Foreland (sanctimonious me that
drivels on about people driving over 'our walk'). I phutzed and clutzed about with camera and tripod in the fairly parky North-Easterly, the tripod bobbing around on the springy downland
grasses. Getting home the shots were awash with spots - both 'dusty censor' (I'm thinking of that as my nom de guerre) and 'crap on lens'. I labouriously 'mended' some of the images but made me
realise I need to up my game considerably (and eventually buy at least one other lens).
Looking at my web stats the blog is now topping the pages viewed for the first time ever - normally it is The History of Cape Town Townships (which I find kind of flattering). Here is the blip and a few others from the clifftop session.
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The Principal (Thursday, 22 January 2015 15:29)
These are great photos. What an amazing place to live!