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We had a bit of blue sky until mid afternoon so I toddled off to the beach at South Shields with the ball and took a few shots. Photographing a crystal ball in sunlight is not the best because you get a lot of reflections on the surface of the ball, but it’s do~able if you shoot at the right angle.   There was plenty of shade amongst the rocks too so took some there as well.

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I got photobombed by a Rottweiler! Just as I took the shot he bounded up and started digging a hole.

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this next one is my favourite one of the day, with the sun lighting up that reddish rock.

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12 comments on “Day 320~366

  1. beetleypete says:

    These are perhaps the best yet. I love the rotweiler popping into shot. Priceless!
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Thanks Pete, he was an old boy I think, didn’t bother me, dug a hole and ran back to the chap walking with him.

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  2. Fritz says:

    Really amazing photos. The warm colour in the last one just blows my mind. This crystal series is one of your best ones yet, I think.

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    1. Cheers Graham! 🙂

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  3. These are great – they almost look fake!

    And I love the photobomb – but I guess you could have guessed I would enjoy that.

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    1. Thanks Sarah, it’s possible to make fake ones in photoshop, though I’ve never tried, but they look too perfect somehow. The doggy was a bonus! 🙂

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  4. steviegill says:

    Very cool. Nice idea, placing it in the water, and there’s some lovely fresh light in these shots.

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    1. Cheers Stevie 🙂

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  5. Francis.R. says:

    The portrait with the dog is fantastic! For some reason to me is fantastic to see blue skies in your country, I think TV shows are partially responsible. 😀

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    1. Haha yes, we’re quite often grim and grey on the TV, as in real life, blue skies always seem to come with cold temperatures here!

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