Tag Archives: Winterton-on-Sea

You’ve got a lot to live up to boy

Saluki dog sights seal; 57 comments about the sex life of ducks, PJ Proby, sardines-in-brine, and what can be done with radishes and luncheon meat to follow… Advertisements

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Dylan today

A rare shot of him returning in the general direction of his Master.

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When it’s cold outside…

…who are you holding? It’s a question Bobby Womack plaintively asks at the outset of If You Think You’re Lonely Now – one of the great sexist soul anthems of all time. If you think you’re lonely now : wait … Continue reading

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How odd life is

I took Dylan for a run on Winterton dunes this lunchtime. There was not a soul in sight until we had nearly finished, at which moment a pointer came across to sniff and investigate. The pointer and Dylan has one … Continue reading

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Bank Holiday Boys

Mods and rockers, tearing up down the seaside

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Groyne

It’s been a while since we’ve had a groyne. Here’s one from a few weeks back at Winterton-on-Sea. I love the way they impose geometrical form and perspective onto what would otherwise just be north sea. Imagine this picture without … Continue reading

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Perspective

I don’t know much about the technicalities of photography, cameras these days are kind to users, auto-focussing and everything. But when you use a telephoto lens up quite short as in this shot, it does something to compress the focal … Continue reading

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