Author Archives: Mike Hessey
I had a visit to the dentist today – just an inspection, and no problems found! I needed a taxi to get there and back (1/2 mile each way, and the climb up two flights of stairs at the surgery … Continue reading
It looked wonderful in flower, and has been very attractive one the flowers had gone and only the seed head was left. Now at last the stem and head has come away, so I took this last photo of it … Continue reading
Wet and windy especially early in the day, so I continued with my experiments photographing glassware. For examples which have etched patterns like this, the dark treatment does seem more effective – next time I’ll choose some examples which have … Continue reading
As the weather forecast for the next couple of days is rather bad, I decided to spend some time reminding myself of techniques for photographing glassware. It took a long time to get the necessary equipment set up and to … Continue reading
A rather fine hydrangea in the park. Also a picture of the four remaining ducklings and their mother, for those who wondered how they are getting on. They look quite adult now, and are nearly as big as their mother.