Martin a friend of mine asked if I would make him some indicator furled leaders & I have had them ready for several weeks now and it wasnt till he telephoned last night that I actually got to confirm his postal address so these will be in the post to him this week at some point, but before they go I wanted to mess around with a lense I got for my camera.
Im not the greatest photographer around by any means but I do like dabbling so decided to snap off a few shots and getting my head back into the manual that I bought to accompany the camera, with a couple of hours light reading it jogged my memory to what most the buttons and settings were for.
The 3 indicator furled leaders martin asked for.
As with all fly tiers close up or macro photography shows off our creations to all and to get the best out of your camera you have to mess around so thats exactly what I did with things I had lying around on my desk.
From this with my normal lense fitted.
Another with a few floats lying on my desk.
With all the photography messing around It got me looking through some of my favourite photos I've taken over the last few years, some have been on the blog before others have not.
Seaham Beach as the tide is coming in.
Tommy at night, taken in the early days when he first arrived and was surrounded by grass, I believe this has now all been paved over.
I couldn't believe when I processed the photos & saw this one, taken earlier this year as I laid my hat on the grass & he actually landed on it.
two photographs from a pool in Sri lanka when out on holiday which I simply love.