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  1. I couldn’t believe the colors. So I’m glad you included the links for Rebekah —
    Lo and behold! There they are, those lurid building doors, ad the even more lurid storm clouds. You’re sure this is England?
    šŸ˜‰

    1. Judith – It was England when I last looked…In fact it’s within a 10 minute walk from my home! But I might have been a bit drunk at the time šŸ˜‰ Then again, the camera never lies unless we encourage it to produce half-truths!

    1. Thanks Arindam – We’re having a very hot week (by English Spring standards) – 28 degrees in the shade with the threat of heavy thunderstorms tonight. Just got back from a local walk with my Cub Pack, so glad of a cold drink and a few minutes in front of the computer.

      I hope you are able to fulfil your wish of sampling an English Summer. A couple of my developers are off-shore (in Kolkata) some of the time and then come here for specific pieces of work. I’ll have to ask them what they make of the English summer šŸ˜‰

      Thanks for the kind comment šŸ™‚

    1. Thanks Jo – HDR gives lots of artistic opportunities as well as the chance to bring out shadow detail in difficult lighting situations.

      1. Hi Julliane – thank you for considering me for this. I’m sorry, but I’m trying to avoid awards / tag posts as I am struggling just to keep up with the normal day to day posts that I want to do – hence my Award Free Blog icon in the side menu. It was very kind of you to think of me but I won’t be able to participate – I’ll meet you half way though and answer your questions, since I’ve answered a couple already in the recent past šŸ™‚

    1. Thank you Bob – I was pleased with how the process really brought out the wildness of the sky. It’s something that can be very difficult to achieve with a camera on a single exposure but using HDR allows us to blend several exposures to achieve something closer to what the eye can see. Of course, painters have been doing this for centuries!

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