Photo a day - week 3

21st January 2013
Starting to get into the habit of looking for photos everywhere now.
The biggest thing I've learned this week, is how fast the days are flying in already.

This weekend sees the start of wedding photography, as I'm out on the first pre-wedding shoot of 2013.
Anyhoos, this weeks photos are nearly all weather related... just how they came about.
So here we go with this week's photo story...

What's in the reflection & what's at the bottom of the puddle... I must be a bit sad, as I stared at the puddle for ages :/

Up seeing an old friend at the BMW dealership at Seafield and all the poor wee cars were outside frozen.

Lochend Woods... well when we were young they were "Willy's Woods", lots of nice fungi shots to be had, but I liked this wee growth fighting through the ice for some clean air.

A nice picture for this years Christmas card from Dunbar ? For a few weeks John here had tinsel, some lights and a Santa hat on. I've no idea who put them on (cough) or , indeed, who took them down !

A good 2-3 hour walk around Spikey on Saturday, came back with a few nice shots, but liked the oddity of this etched in grafiti in one of the old army huts. Lots of well known names in there... Willy & John Ross, Craig Robertson to name 3.

A big snow ball on the playing fields at Hallhill... but unfortunately, lazy dog walkers make this a dangerous game to play with the kids, as the snow is bound to pick up the odd surprise gift.

A said to Ali today, I'm going to get a photo of someone's brolly turning inside out... and within 10 seconds this lady walks towards me... I even said to her when she seen the camera "I'm going to grab a photo of you when your brolly pops inside out." and as I said that FOOF ! away it went... talk about being at the right place at the right time !

Edit: Would anyone find it helpful if I put the photo tech background here to show how/why I set up the pictures ?
If so leave me a comment and let me know.

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