I’ve had the google pixel phone for some time now and I especially enjoy using the panorama modes. As I have said before the way the phone stitches the images together can be a bit random, but most of the times it works fine. The image of the Bridge near my home (above) was shot with the fish eye mode and was put together perfectly . I’ve massively resized the image from the original 41.5MP 6444 × 6444. 10.2 MB size but you get the general idea of what this mode does.
‘Civilisations’ rise and fall, but no matter what the foolish humans do nature still just keeps rolling along. So the Snow Drops are back, they push onward and upward no matter the weather. As frail as they are strong they come and go often unnoticed. These are the skyscrapers of the world beneath our feet, seek them out, but be quick or your have to wait another year.
Sorry about the lack of posts since the new year, revamping my main blog has taken up all my time. However I’m back now, shot this image of my boy with my canon camera in our lower field. He has become quite a stunning old chap, just in case your wondering he is a leonberger. Despite his age he still acts like a puppy in the snow and is a joy to watch.
Have a wonderful New Year !
Went for a nice drive this afternoon around Langholm and beyond, the Snow topped mountains and hills looked great. Definitely the best scenery I’ve experienced on a Boxing Day in years.
Photo taken on the google pixel and edited in snapseed.
So it’s just gone 4am on a windy rainy Christmas morning and I just wanted to wish you a very Merry Christmas wherever you are in the world.
My Leonberger refuses to do any chores, well to be honest he just can’t see the point. Of all the pointless things I do raking the leafs is top of his list. Standing out in the cold swiping at things that have fallen from the sky, bagging them up and then most stupid of all emptying them back out, on to a huge smelly pile of grass cuttings. It’s just ridiculous and it takes up valuable time, time that could be spent lying on his bed with his feet the air or staring at the biscuit tin. If I even have the audacity to ask him to do something he just looks at me as if to say, what the hell do you think I am a bloody sheepdog ? :)