To be honest, my eye really hasn't been on the rabbit.
But hey, I've taken some photos I'm proud of.
[They look fuzzy below; click for a "full size" slideshow.]
Like this one, from the American Military Cemetery in Cambridge, UK.
The Mathematical Bridge over to Queens College, Cambridge.
Um, random flower! I was warming up a macro lens set I bought.
A little over processed, but another macro shot of a tiny set of chains.
This may seemed contrived, but is exactly as I found it in a gas station.
Okay, a little blue fringey, but these forget-me-nots were tiny.
I've no idea. But tiny blossoms on a shrub near my car parking space.
Yes, a mug of coffee. I'm rather fond of this.
St. Ives in Cambridgeshire. In sepia. For Max.
The "Bridge To Nowhere" in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland.
Moe of East Lothian. Taken while staying with friends Alistair and Gabrielle.
And again. Not a sunny day, but it made for some moody shots.
The view from Alistair & Gabrielle's spare room. A treat for me!
Major zoom photography of the same scene. I've got better since ;)
The local power station in the cold weather!
A cygnet at the local duckpond.
Hannah Stanbury of Scarlet Echo, from my first gig photos.
The common in Stamford, Lincolnshire, UK.
They don't carve 'em like that any more.
The Alms Houses, a beautiful old folk's home in Stamford.
A moody common near my home.
And (finally) a motorway slip road. I know, I go all the best places.
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