It’s been a little while since my last Burrow Mump photo, so here we are – a sepia, sunset shot. What did this image teach me? Sunsets and sepia tones can work together, if the composition is strong enough.
This tiny statue resides at the top of a set of stairs, carrying his scythe. He’s about three inches tall. What did this image teach me? A lesson that I seem to constantly need remind about – never stop looking.[…]
If you were one of the people who correctly spotted the Cornwall Clocktower from a few days ago was from Porthleven, then you’ll no doubt recognise this pole and rigging which can be found in Porthleven harbour. What did this[…]
There’s something fascinating and poetic about flowers, I think. Some of Mother Nature’s finest work. What did this image teach me? If I were told that from now on all I could photograph was flowers, I would probably be ok[…]
Here’s one of Mother Nature’s interesting designs… What did this image teach me? I really like sepia tones.
I found this unusual wooden sun built into the ceiling of a local church. What did this image teach me? Don’t ever, ever forget to look up!
Following on from my reasonably recent Cheetah photo, here is another shot of this fantastic feline… What did this image teach me? That I still like black and white portraits of animals, and cheetah’s make for good subjects.
This swan was enjoying itself on the water, soaking up a little sunshine. What did this image teach me? Swans can live on the sea – who knew?! Ok, so technically this bird and its family were living in a[…]