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Sunset ocean

Karina GędłekHello Everyone! This is just a small post before I’m off to school!

This photo was taken by Karina Gędłek, who lives in Poland! 🙂

If you have any photos of your own you’d like to be displayed on this blog, just email me at snapsticle@gmail.com
Anyway! Tell her what you think about it, because personally I think it’s fantastic!

Wandering through the sunrise.

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Don’t you just love that amazing feeling you get when you wake up on a weekend and you feel as free as a bird? All the stresses of the week simply disappear and you’re free to do what you will!

I certainly do! Last weekend I went out to the forest, had a walk, and took some spectacular photos! They were great! Too bad I fell In a lake shortly after… The cameras still functioning properly, but the memory failed and this is the one photo I recovered! Oh well! At least it’s clean! 🙂

Millennium walk by the sun!

Ahhh the Millenium bridge! Always bustling with life and brimming with different cultures; To the north St. Paul’s Cathedral, an amazing piece of architecture and a beautiful building; to the south the Tate modern, a converted power plant that has some of the most famous pieces of modern art in the world held with in, not that modern art is particularly good 😛 but that’s just my opinion.

This picture was a bit stop and go unfortunately which is why the HDR seems to have failed slightly! On another note, I’m going to London today, so tomorrow you should see some freshly taken snaps! 😉

Water in a quiet place

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Okay, so turns out I fall over a lot! This happened while I was exploring Aira Force, a small but inspirational waterfall, in the Lake District of Cumbria! This is the same place where the famous poet, Wordsworth, was inspired to his world renowned poem, I wandered lonely as a cloud! Seeing the area I could see why! It was truly stunning an it would have been impossible to capture all of it’s beauty in a single photo! (unless I had a panorama feature)

When I started this expedition of sorts, I assumed it would take at most 15 minutes And would be at most 1km to the waterfall and back. I was wrong. It took 4 hours, and 5 miles. I now leave the map reading to others 🙂 anyway so halfway through walking I went and fell down the side of the fall, which luckily wasn’t to steep at this point and, being such a creative mind, I sat down and took pictures for 20 minutes. And that explains these picture 😛

Edit: somehow forgot to actually post the snap, that takes some skill don’t you think? Anyway it’s up now 😛
Re-edit: And then I choose the wrong photo, nice work Sam 😛 anyway you might not see the difference but this one is a lot more detailed 🙂

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