Its funny how a couple of steps, or a turn of the body can change the view of what you are capturing.
I was stood by the pontoon of the watersports centre on Salford Quays, when the Canada Geese came up the centenary walkway for their elevenses.
In they came one after the other, heading for a grassy spot by the pontoon where a water bailiff had generously left some bird food across it. They all ate like royalty, and then waddled back down the walkway to the watersports centre, where they hopped in and out of the canal basins
A couple of Shots from the Lens of my Nikon Camera
The First shot – taken at IWM Duxford, in Cambridgeshire, Taken from under the wing of a Lancaster Bomber.
The Second Shot….setup of experimental shots with BASIC Clicks, capturing Water Movement. This shot was a bit of a group effort, as each part of the shot from pouring the water to setting up the deflector took 1 person each in its creation
A poem by inky, originally appeared on Allpoetry.com
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They created a crossing over the river, that bended, bobbed and weaved gave it nice hot shiny rivets, to hold it together ending with a lick of paint to make it shiny then as the builders worked on their plots houses and houseboats appeared by the canalside even a big ship or three resting by the side of the water, so
when a new road was needed over the water a new crossing went, the road going over the water with ease. Opened by the king, queen or some other noble, they noticed the incredible way the bridges worked aiding naval ships and big trading vessels to get from a to b with ease