Over the Garden Wall

by Jerome Mungapen on August 25th, 2009

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Not exactly my garden wall, but on a walk around Yorkshire  a few years ago, I saw these beautiful dry stone walls divinding the green fields.

Notes: This was taken with my trusty 20D shot in raw at 1/250 f5.6, Iso 200 at 64mm with my 24-70 2.8l lens I remember it was a  super bright day and the trouble was keeping the sky from blowing out. I’ve done a little post in lightroom including adding a neutral density  layer.

Paved Paradise

by Jerome Mungapen on August 25th, 2009
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el capitan no more

The captain must have been hitting the bottle, because he’s looking worse for  wear. What used to be a cinema is now a carpark . At least parking lots are always in demand, the question is, is paradise still under the paving

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The Low Green Society

by Jerome Mungapen on August 24th, 2009
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Where have all the flowers gone?

Walking with the dog on Bernal heights on Saturday, the hill was looking somewhat dried out and starting to become infested with the pea plants (time for the low green society to get to work).  Looking back to how the hill looked in spring it was a vastly different vista with california poppies and yellow wild flowers galore.

Clarity

by Jerome Mungapen on August 23rd, 2009

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Today I decided in a moment of clarity, to go in search of clarity and took the sky light filters off all my lens’.  No more vignetting for me at those wide open settings. Eager to see the world as it really is and not through a skylight I saw this coming down the road, a side saddle bunny on a Puch moped……and that really clarified things for me.

Floric

by Jerome Mungapen on August 21st, 2009

Infuchiating

Lying on my garden bench I found myself looking up at this shot,  with a wide angl e lens and eventually a flash I finally figured it out, though it was infuchiating

Prickles

by Jerome Mungapen on August 21st, 2009
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cacti and ocotillos

In an attempt to personalize my photo’s i’ve been persuing the use of borders and watermarks, and water better photo to try out my borders than the border lands in Tucson.

Crunch

by Jerome Mungapen on August 19th, 2009

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Even though the highlights are blown out , there is a crunchiness

Come in from the Cold

by Jerome Mungapen on August 19th, 2009

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Walking in a snowclad forest I stumbled apon a ginger bread cottage…hmmm, lets get the flock out of here (as the shpeheard said to the sheep)

Details

by Jerome Mungapen on August 19th, 2009

 

paw prints

After 100 days alone  on the island, I found these footprints in the sand. The question is are they friend of foe

Desolate

by Jerome Mungapen on August 19th, 2009

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