Weekly Photo Challenge: Beyond

Beyond the rooftops of Mijas – Fuengirola and the Mediterranean…
Fuengirola From Mijas
Beyond the sail of a Windmill – The port of Collioure…
Beyond the Tourists – Whitehall and Big Ben…
London Tourists
Beyond the hurrying commuter – St.Giles bathed in the morning sun…
London Commuter
What lies Beyond the locked gate? – Over to your imagination…
What Lies Beyond


      1. LoL – I wish it was – it’d be a lot warmer than it is in London at the moment 😉 But I suspect it’s colder where you are!

    1. Thanks Christine – those young ladies were moving at quite a pace, so I was lucky to be able to frame the shot successfully! Glad you liked it 🙂

  1. The depth in these is far ‘beyond’ ordinary, Martin!
    I really like them all (incredible atmosphere all-around)… although that wonderful smile in your third image really grabs some attention!

    1. LoL – that IS quite a smile in the middle 🙂 I’m not quite sure where the three young belle dames were from though I suspect Germany. They were clearly enjoying their walk 🙂

      As for the depth – put it down to using a good quality lens and setting the aperture for the best resolution rather than depth of field. That’s usually somewhere around f5.6 to f10 depending upon the focal length of the lens. f8 – f9 work well for the Canon 24-70 L series though it’s pretty damn good at f5.6 too. All lenses have a sweet spot – you just have to find it 🙂

    1. Lol – there is a pedestrian area above that house that gives access to an important shrine so you can take views across the rooftops loking down to the coast. It probably looks better on a clear day 🙂

    1. LoL Abby – London has its beautiful bits but the photographer has included some Spanish and French vistas in this post 😉 Thanks for the kind comment 🙂

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