A little girl keeps an eye on proceedings…
Architecture in blue in Dubai….
Just love the way the reflection of one building can be seen in the windows of another. Another example of some of the impressive and imaginative architecture to be found in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Here are some folk who are well and truly up Dubai’s famous Creek.
It is also very hard to not to be drawn to the wonderful smells from the spice shops Dubai…
It is hard not to be impressed by the World’s tallest building here in Dubai. Just one of many fabulous buildings. It’s like they have gathered together the World’s most impressive architects and let them loose in one place at more or less one time.
This time with the 5D Mk 3
Dubai….impressive architecture and they are still building out here….
This is not exactly what I was expecting when I opened my Dubai hotel bedroom curtains this morning. Nothing if not different!
Arrived in Dubai 3am. First images (taken using iPhone + a bit of Instagram magic):
Here’s some school girls in Kampala, Uganda carrying out a Mexican Wave when a nosey photographer poked his nose into the classroom. Wonderful children.
A lady who sells charcoal in Monrovia, Liberia
Some more girls form Uganda. Cheeky Girls!
I missed International Women’s Day by 24 hours but here are some young girls I photographed in Uganda a while back. So many smiles!
You just can’t beat Holland and Belgium for quality liquorice…..
Spring is almost upon us and they’re getting ready at our marina to start putting boats back in the water ready for the season…
You would never guess we were on the flightpath for Schipol Airport:
Blondie in Amsterdam – all alone…
Amsterdam – you just can’t beat it
A great way to travel Amsterdam’s canals:
One of the small “ships’ that took part in the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940
Look behind you!
Walking around Monnickendam today with the big lens
All peaceful in Monnickendam harbour this morning. The perfect day for whipping out the long lens!
A man on a narrow boat:
You just can’t be too careful these days:
You just can’t beat the bars and cafes in Amsterdam…
They just don’t make aircraft like they used to…….
HDR effects applied using Aurora HDR Effects.
A little bit of architecture from Ghent….
More fun with textures and Photoshop:
I took the background image (flakey paint) from the previous post and mixed it up with a bit of a helicopter in Photoshop.
For interesting background textures, you just can’t beat flakey paintwork….
Some of our images from Belgium…
Be careful you don’t get socked in the jaw in London!
Here’s Hidden Amsterdam Volume 1 for anyone who missed it.
Amsterdam – a fabulous city for photographers.
One of the River Ij ferries arriving at Central Station, Amsterdam
A Sea Harrier about to fly up your nose!
The Lysander. Used to drop secret agents behind enemy lines during WW2.
A walk in the woods at Hemmeland (Netherlands) with our pooch:
Here’s quite an amazing image. This cormorant caught a large fish, tired to swallow it and choked to death.
We live on a boat!