Flying for 10

A decade of WordPressing! At first, I ventured out with a point-and-shoot camera and some high hopes for photography. I’ve upgraded twice since. Currently, I’m using a Panasonic Lumix G6 but am becoming less and less satisfied with what I produce. Under consideration is a more pocketable but equivalent quality camera, for to be honest, I prefer shooting on-the-go. Evidently I’m just a happy snapper – urban landscapes, pastoral scenes, flora and fauna, but that’s OK.

And here are ten quite recent shots to mark this anniversary, starting above with Cannon street bridge

Like me, no longer a smoker – Battersea Power station houses people with money to burn!
Specks of colour in the grunge near London Bridge station
London does make Lilliputians of us all!
London skyline – steel and glass under steely skies
a disappointing summer but Evesham’s river Avon looks good in a glowering mood
More summer glowering from Plymouth’s Leviathan overlooking the Mayflower steps and a brave new world
‘Nimbus’ never glowers when enjoying her home comforts
the colour of Autumn – Japanese anemones always charm me
After the harvest – wistful even under black plastic

Postscript: as suggested in comments by David Meredith, converted to B&W with film grain.

Lilliputian Londoners in Mono