Bolts

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    Ben

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  1. Bolts

    Twitchers Thread

    Robin_fledgling.jpg by -DaveBailey1-
  2. Bolts

    Twitchers Thread

    Heron_Wimbledon Common.jpg by Ben Bolton, on Flickr
  3. South from Westminster Bridge.jpg by Ben Bolton, on Flickr
  4. Ah, thanks chaps. If you’re interested I was cycling in central London today with my eldest son - Leake St is just behind Waterloo, tunnels where top graffiti artists and down and outs mix, a cool but slightly touristy place...I said let’s go there to see...and it was deserted. Weird. But compelling, strange. Anyway, another memory from a time none of us will ever forget. Hope all are well.
  5. Leake St.jpg by -DaveBailey1-
  6. “Where sky and Lincolnshire and water meet” Philip Larkin The Whitsun Weddings
  7. Love that shot Richard, a proper camera and lens too
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    Thanks Keith it was night and day really - I even had time to follow, crouch and take the shot! Nuts. Long may it last, now where’s that Kingfisher...
  9. Bolts

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    Thanks 🙏🏻 Shot a rather unconcerned woodpecker today in Richmond Park - they’re normally off in a flash -not sure why they’re now much less skittish, Kestrels were the same the other day. Still lots of people around but no cars or bicycles wonder if that affects it?
  10. Clear low pollution skies in London make for an Ok moonshot for once - Venus and Saturn also clearly visible
  11. Agree Tim, much easier than Nikon or Fuji files IME. Leica were a joy to work with too.
  12. Yes it’s not that difficult or technically challenging really - get the flash off the camera with a cheap trigger set up, add a simple umbrella and you can have a lot of fun with flash.