Sunday, June 03, 2007

Stunning photography

If you watched Countryfile on BBC 1 this morning, you may have been struck by the fabulous photographs of the Lake District, taken on a daily basis by retired postman Tony Richards. I only caught the end of it, so rushed to my computer to log on to his website and get a good eyeful. Firstly I followed the link from the BBC Countryfile website:
http://www.btinternet.com/~tonyrich4/this_week/thisweek.html
This took me straight in to a magnificent series of pictures. When I got to the bottom of the page, I clicked on a button to return to "The Cam", and found myself on Tony's home page, which you can also reach directly on this link: http://www.lakelandcam.co.uk/. Tony only puts up one day's pictures at a time, but at the bottom of his home page you will find a number of worthwhile links, including one called "This week on the Cam", which gives Tony's pictures for the past week. There are also CDs of past series available for purchase.

5 comments:

Joshua said...

It's so nice for me to have found this blog of yours, it's so interesting. I sure hope and wish that you take courage enough to pay me a visit in my PALAVROSSAVRVS REX!, and plus get some surprise. My blog is also so cool!

Feel free off course to comment as you wish and remember: don't take it wrong, don't think that this visitation I make is a matter of more audiences for my own blogg. No. It's a matter of making universal, realy universal, all this question of bloggs, all the essential causes that bring us all together.

I think it's to UNITE MANKIND that we became bloggers! Don't see language as an obstacle. That's not the point. Pictures talk also. Open your heart and come along!!!!!

Pauline said...

How beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing this!

Knowleypowley said...

Thanks Judith. Wonderful photography.

Pete
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Catalyst said...

Stunningly beautiful pictures. Thanks for the link, Judith.

keithd said...

Thanks for the link. I bought a couple of the CDs and am looking forward to using them as screensavers.