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By the Churchyard, Leek, Staffordshire
AJTooth(8th December 2019)

Actually, I did a sepia version which Amateur Photographer magazine tell me has been chosen as their "Pic of the Week".

Rain Clouds over The Roaches near Upper Hulme, Staffordshire Moorlands
AJTooth(26th October 2019)

Wrong way round in fact; it had been raining heavily and the clouds were receding. Not that it really matters which.

Dawn Flight over the River Darent
5 stars
AJTooth(11th September 2017)

Professional job.

Taken off on the river Darent
5 stars
AJTooth(11th September 2017)

Very good.

Shutlingsloe Hill above Wildboarclough, Cheshire
5 stars
AJTooth(25th August 2017)

Edward - focus stacking would be ludicrously time-consuming. I could have cropped it. I didn't. A more sensible solution would have been to use a tripod, or to use a tilt-shift lens. Anyway - personally I liked the shot the way I shot it. For me, a fully in-focus foreground would have been a distraction from the main subject. For your info, the previous shot I took was of the foreground in focus, but the hill blurred.

Stamford
5 stars
AJTooth(1st November 2016)

Very nice indeed.

Friends Chipmunk at Enstone Flying Club, Enstone, Oxfordshire
1 stars
AJTooth(8th October 2016)

Unfortunately, it doesn't look like that today. It's been repainted in authentic RAF camouflage.

Padley Gorge
5 stars
AJTooth(6th September 2016)

Very nice.

Seven Sisters to Birling Gap
5 stars
AJTooth(28th July 2016)

I agree - a very precise viewpoint.

Poppies at Somerton, Oxfordshire
1 stars
AJTooth(8th June 2016)

Thanks. One might even think I took it with that in mind!...

The Oxford Canal at Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire
1 stars
AJTooth(20th May 2016)

Exactly this scene was shown on "Barging Round Britain" with John Sergeant.

The Seven Sisters, Cuckmere Haven, East Sussex
1 stars
AJTooth(15th May 2016)

Thanks. I tried to pick out the structure of the chalk. Many images end up with the cliffs "whited-out". Also, it looks fairly warm, but actually it was a numbing -4C that day.