Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Last Bus To Vectis

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I'm still thinking about yesterday's rant so I don't have a new one for today.

Despite the fact that I still have lots on I'm trying to make an effort to post on a more regular basis. I've a lot of images backed up that I really would like to get posted. In fact I have a small problem, I've mentioned before that I hold on to far too many RAW files and now the camera has clicked passed 9999 images and started counting again!! Duplication is going to become a problem!!

I attracted some curious stares on Sunday as I lay down on the floor quite a bit looking for a different angle. One chap actually stopped me saying he'd never thought of getting down that low and asked to have a look at the frame, which was in fact this frame. He liked it and I did too so here it is :)

CM2009

7 comments:

Elaine- said...

Oh it's very beautiful Craig!! love the slight distortion and the great cracking black and white... love the whole thing!!!

Belizarie said...

Super photo ! It amazes me every time! I would be tempted and I capture them but are too far.Hat down for what you do!

z-vet said...

Very cool shot Craig. POV made it unique and amazing. :)
For image count duplication: don't you rename your RAWs? My image management software has an option to automatically rename files while copying it from memory card, based on EXIF info. Then it puts them into date-based folders. No chance to have duplicates this way. I use Linux which has it's own photo management tools, but i'm certain there is plenty of them for other systems too.

martie said...

I love the angle on this one. And it's perfect for the B&W processing! Love those old buses.

Jason said...

Fantastic shot. First visit to your site and love some of your stuff. This composition is excellent as is the B+W processing...

michael bird said...

Great photo, great perspective - good of you to take all the stares for the good of the shot.

Ann said...

these look very regal bus. It will be very unique to get marry coming in this bus