If you enjoy using this website, then don't forget to spread the word to your friends. The more the merrier.
The Urban Magpie population has increased significantly where I live. Nearly as many Mags as the flying rat wood pigeons that eat anything and everything.On a daily basis I see them robbing nests.wonder what they taste like
Talking of birds eating birds how fresh do you like your bird meat?
Over a morning cuppa had a look at the club's Web site. A walk had been organised around London W2 last Thursday, some 14 people went on it and a good time was had by all, with visits to various hostelries being a frequent high spot.I'm not a one for wandering around the town and country with groups of like minded enthusiasts since there is a tendency for most of them to come back with similar pictures.What bemused me however was the fact that one member has already posted 43 pictures taken on the day. 43 totally boring images that makes you wonder if the photographer has really thought out if any of them are worthy of a second look, or, if any of them could do with a little enhancement post taking.We all know photography means different things to different people, and rushing around snapping at everything in view is one of them, but boring the pants off people surely isn't another.
Want to capture all the action then you need a fast camera? A new approach to high-speed photography could help capture the clearest-ever footage of light pulses, explosions or neurons firing in the brain, according to a team of ultrafast camera developers. The technique involves shooting 100 billion frames per second in a single exposure without an external light source. That means, for example, there would be no need to set off multiple explosions just to gather enough data to create a video reconstructing exactly how chemicals react to create the blast.If that's not fast enough for you then try this one! Keisuke Goda, a University of Tokyo physical chemistry professor and part of a group of researchers who in 2014 built a “sequentially timed all-optical mapping photography” camera that can snap pictures at 4.4 trillion frames per second. You might need more memory.......
Went for some sunset images at the beach in Sunderland and couldn't believe what I was seeing. Grown women and men running around with their mobiles likes idiots shouting Pokemon names and things like 'I got it's, 'I caught it' and 'take my picture'. For heavens sake........GET A BLOODY GRIP ON REALITY! There must have been over 30 adults. Is it just me that thinks they are ridiculous?Then again, keeps them outa trouble I suppose.