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A day out with the camera, to see what I could capture.
- Cala Tango
Cala Tango Cove
- Cala Tango Composite
I've been experimenting with stitching photos together in Lightroom
- Xàbia view
Walking to the lighthouse from the port
- Fire Remains
Lots of charred remains of trees, rather than the forest I remember.
I think the right lens for the right photo is a better option.
A highly compressed but still huge file, this is a composite taken to about the usable limit.
The Spanish don't really treat lighthouses as attractions - they are there to do a job, is all.
Visitors allowed no closer :-(
Not sure what this: I was using it as an opportunity to find out more about my macro lens.
- Windy day macro
It's a windy day, so even macro-snapping a flower has its challenges.
- Macro lesson
Flowers are easier to macrophotograph than bugs and insects. They make a great subject for learning the trade.
No, it's not a dandelion. I didn't walk all this way to snap a soddin' dandelion!
- Bug home
Even the smallest flowers are 'owned' by a bug or two.
- Blue Flower
An attempt to utilise the sun hitting the petals.
I cannot name plants to save my life.
- Bug hunt
Insects are what I want to photograph, but they are not easy subjects - constantly on the move, never settling for long enough to set up a shot.
- Crinkled Petals
The petals on these plants' flowers remain creased even when fully open.
- Processionary nest
These are horrible things for dog owners. The Spanish do well to keep their numbers well down.
This is money shot of my walk. I'll be lucky to better this one, ever.
- Xàbia windmills
Now to drop straight down back in Xàbia. Straight down a cliff face, or so it seems.
Sunset view of the lighthouse from Arenal.
- Fire sale
A bad fire wiped out all the trees on this side of Cabo San Antoni. Regrowth is happening but no tall trees for a few years yet.