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photoblog image A New Series Coming Up Soon 4/13

A New Series Coming Up Soon 4/13

I posted my first image to Shutterchance 8 years ago today, this is posting number 2,624, but including all the additional photos on the many collages I've posted I have actually posted 3,457 photographs, where did I find them all?

A New Series Coming Up Soon 4/13

I posted my first image to Shutterchance 8 years ago today, this is posting number 2,624, but including all the additional photos on the many collages I've posted I have actually posted 3,457 photographs, where did I find them all?

comments (12)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 29 Dec 2015, 03:44
Doesn't time fly, Brian...I have been following you almost from the start, and have certainly been educated by your excellent images and narratives.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ray, the same applies in the opposite direction also, your photos and explanations of Thai life are fascinating.
Congratulations, you snap happy chap!! That's amazing!!!!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Elizabeth, and I have loads (and loads) more to come yet.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 29 Dec 2015, 06:35
Good grief - that's a HUUGE number!!
Brian Walbey: I have loads (and loads) more to come yet.
I like the way they have displayed their house name Brian.
I had a quick flick through your early archive Brian. It is interesting and also to read some of the comments. I liked this one http://brianaw.shutterchance.com/image/2008/01/03/coils/
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chad. That is one of my favourite images, I have done well with it in my camera club world.
I find SC a great place to look back as an almost visual diary. I can look back to see which year certain things happen. I love the look of this cottage.
Brian Walbey: This is a delightful cottage Mary. I often look back at other peoples archives just as a reminder of their work, apart from referring back to my own as well.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 29 Dec 2015, 13:58
What a question to ask yourself, Brian! It seems that cameras have minds of their own
Brian Walbey: I have loads (and loads) more to come yet, somehow my camera 'takes over' when I visit somewhere interesting. A camera club maxim is to take the obvious shot when one sees a subject and then start working round the subject with different angles and compositions etc., it is surprising what one can come up with.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 29 Dec 2015, 16:48
I like the big chimney, and there is even a little window. Very English! You often love to show the lovely sides of old merry England.
Brian Walbey: This is a new National Trust property that opened this year just 10 minutes from our home and it is fascinating. The original builders/owner was involved with the 'Arts and Crafts' scene as you will see when I post the series. In the meantime you might find the following of some interest https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stoneywell
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Dec 2015, 16:54
...and we have enjoyed them all, Brian smile In my Lightroom catalogue, I've got over 100,000, 97% could (or rather should) be dumped. Each has memories, though.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Alan. I take a lot of photos, 3,200+ so far this year, but in 2011 I took 4,500+ as the most in a year so far. They are all backed up to DVD's and an external drive plus all the edited versions as well, hopefully that is a safe way of keeping them stored.
Time flies Brian and I enjoyed following you during that time!
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Richard.
I don't know this one Brian. Well done on the magnificent total. I have to confess that apart from the grandchildren I have taken very little lately.
Brian Walbey: This is a new National Trust property that opened this year just 10 minutes from our home and it is fascinating. The original builders/owner was involved with the 'Arts and Crafts' scene as you will see when I post the series. In the meantime you might find the following of some interest https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stoneywell
A grand capture of a lovely building Brian, top as always - not so sure about the subtitling for the visually impaired though, it's a major distraction from the image itself IMO, but that's just my opinion.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Fred. I don't usually put writing of any sort across my images but as this is a set of 13 different single shot 'tasters' for 13 series I have coming up next year I thought I would give each a title in this fashion.

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