A random selection of photographs I think are my best...

The Wingéd Sqaudrons of the Sky
The Wingéd Sqaudrons of the Sky, Kensington Gardens, January 2006


My absolute all time prize winner (at least in the seven months I've been taking photos seriously). Two Little Gulls, winter visitors from Finland and Russia, take wing alongside one another.


Permission To Land!
Permission To Land!, Kensington Gardens, January 2006


And here's another one stalling, probably because he's seen some of the bread I'm dangling under his nose!


Waterloo Bridge
Waterloo Bridge, December 2005


View to St. Paul's Cathedral from Waterloo Bridge. I'm planning to use this as my new QSL card.


Lambeth Bridge (Overexposed)
Lambeth Bridge, April 2006


View to Parliament and the London Eye from Lambeth Bridge. Badly overexposed the buildings to bring out the colours on the reflected light on the river.


Crocus
Crocus, Walshingham, Norfolk, March 2006


A very cold March weekend saw a church pilgrimage to Walsingham, and me crawling on my belly on the cold ground to take pictures of these crocuses. They weren't half late with the long winter this year.


March Snowdrops
March Snowdrops, Walshingham, Norfolk, March 2006


And snowdrops in March? Yes, it was that cold, and it was cold taking this picture from ground level!


Shell Game
Shell Game, Walshingham, Norfolk, March 2006


Another Walsingham shot, this was taken with a standard 35mm efl lens, you can see the sharpness of the depth of field. The shell was about a third of the width of my little fingernail!


Camelia, I'm Down on My Knees
Camelia, I'm Down on My Knees, Ealing, April 2006


Warmer weather brought these lovely camelias out in a friend's garden.


She Loves Me?
She Loves Me?, Ealing, April 2006


This tiny little violet looks cute!


Shinin' Through the Rain
Shinin' Through the Rain, Bayswater, April 2006


March's first mild, wet, day, brought these flowers bursting forth in a matter of hours.


That Old Chestnut
That Old Chestnut, December 2005


St. Martin in the Fields is just too photogenic. Here, a long exposure brings out the light trails of cars and buses.


That Old Chestnut
That Old Chestnut, December 2005


St. Martin in the Fields is just too photogenic. Here, a long exposure brings out the light trails of cars and buses.


Shining Kaiser
That Old Chestnut, December 2005


The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was the symbol of isolated West Berlin during the Cold War. It looks great at night, the old ruined tower contrasting with the brilliantly lit glass of the concrete post-War tower.


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