I took my camera with me on the dog walk and had a play.
I have a love/hate relationship with photographic effects at the best of times, including Instagram filters, but sometimes, just sometimes I like to muck around with my pictures to see if it will improve them, so tried some of the black-and-white effects that my software offers to see what would happen.
My jury is still out.
This is the sea over the cliffs and fields at Watsness on the “sunny Westside” of Shetland. The sun was trying hard and all it could achieve was mercury-silver patches.
Thistle leaves with water droplets.
A thistle flowerhead
Water droplets in woollen clumps lying in the scattald from Shetland hill sheep.
Strands of Shetland wool blowing in the wind.
Today, I thought I would photograph some supermodels and continue my filter theme to see if it was a good or bad thing.
My jury is still out. I dunno. Black and white is ok but I think it is all bit too poncey for me (everytime I look at Lambert, the name Damien Hurst flashes up!)
(afterwards, this is where I found “Naomi” and “Kate” so back to earth and real life with a bump then!)
Still a change is as good as a rest.