Lebanon Cedars are numerous in France. The first Lebanon Cedar was brought to Britain in 1630, France lagged behind and only caught up - literally - with the Joneses in 1764. There is no end to competition between those two countries, in any area. Well, anyway, the result is this: century old Cedar trees like... Continue Reading →
Exotic flower 1 - Macro photography. Auteuil, 2012 Not so exotic flower - macro photography. Amiens. 2012
The Nikon AFS 105mm f/2.8g is a stunning telephoto micro lens. What's more it's a fixed focal lens and therefore forces you to move and frame your subject properly. It captures colours beautifully, so much so that a picture like this one was uploaded as is from Lightroom, without even touching the light balance. I... Continue Reading →
This little beast was captured with my old Sony alpha 100 camera two years ago. Now that Spring is back I hope I'll be able to capture new pictures of insects and animals, maybe newt week-end as we are planning a shooting trip to Versailles on Saturday.