Fore Street in Tiverton, reflected in a shop window:
We had a bit of a wander around Tiverton, from home, to the canal, then down into town. Then back up Canal Hill, which is big and steep.
Sony NEX Looks in a Mirror
Snail on a Wall
Reflecting on Fore Street
By time we got back, we’d both managed new records for the number of steps taken in a day, as counted by our Fitbits.
A sweet sugary heart on the ground. Old Takumar 50mm f/1.4 lens.
The entrance to Guildhall in Exeter:
I took several photos of the top part of the building. I edited each of these separately in Silver Efex Pro, using different settings for each, just to make sure the panorama software, PanoEdit, couldn’t do too good a job – I wanted this to be messy. I let it do its best to join them up, and exported the result back to Aperture. I used Silver Efex Pro for the main central shot too, working from a colour original. I’d taken shots in black and white too, but this one had the man jumping up the stairs, which gave the picture more life.
I used Pixelmator to overlay the entrance picture over the construction from PanoEdit.
Here’s the entrance photo on its own:
There was quite a bit of food at Exeter Food Festival, but there was also a lot of coffee.
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