Douglas (my Mini) got very bored waiting for me to complete the Coast to Coast walk. He insisted on a bit of fun going up and down some of the passes in the Lake District.
I almost have a clear environmental consience as I feel I have saved a few grams of carbon recently by walking for 15 days.
Here are a few pictures, keep a lookout for Douglas… Continue reading
Took a break from painting the flat and spent the bank holiday at home (my parents). It gave me a chance to play with my cameras, and to perfect normal panoramas (see below for a picture of the garden) and fisheye images.
Unfortunately the fisheye images have so far come to nothing – not only does it seem devilishly tricky to get the images lined up (even with a rotator) it takes even more effort to stitch them together. No luck again this time. I will give them one last go from the top of a fell in a couple of weeks time and see if they can be perfected with the wide open spaces of Cumbria and the North York Moors.
Just before I left the RHS I had one last weekend duty… Sure I could have timed it better, but then I would not have had the opportunity of honing my panorama skills with this image of the inside of the new glasshouse.