108. Montrose Lighthouse

Taken just before my 21st Birthday, before the days where I knew about RAW or that I’d find such a passion for photography. The photograph was still taken on the 550d though!

The birds scattered with a clap of my Dads hands.

107. Rouken Glen Park Panorama

I finally have got my hands on a nice tripod. Unfortunately there’s a part missing for it which is on its way. Then my panoramas can hopefully bit a bit better…a bit narrow at the moment because I need to crop them quite a bit.

Not only bigger panoramas…but now I have a tripod, I can give HDR a shot! So watch this space! :)

105. Rouken Glen Park

104. Kelvin Way

103. Glasgow Science Centre & Tower

Taken in the late evening with Josh after buying his new Canon 550d.

I also took my first photographs today so I could make a HDR image. I realised the power of HDR and I hope to explore this area of photography in the near future. My photograph didn’t turn out great because I wasn’t using a tripod but I did process it and spend time editing the image after and I realised this is there that “umph” comes from in the photographs you see on and other typical wallpaper websites.

101. University of Glasgow

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything for my 365blog. Life got busy. Perhaps I should pick this up again, since I’m a good 130 odd days behind…this is 10th April photograph, actually taken on 17th August. Although I do have a bunch of photographs to share from graduation, flying, the farm I stayed at and more…I just wanted to share them in order, but I have to fill in the gaps! Back in the editing groove now so hopefully can keep it up! Sorry I kept you waiting three months!

99. Denver (Colorado) Architecture Continued

That’s what it was.

How about that?

Quite an incredible design!

98. Denver (Colorado) Downtown Architecture

A quick stop by Denver downtown before continuing our last leg to Liberty (Missouri), we had the whole town to ourselves on the quiet Saturday morning.

An enjoyable morning, we found ourselves surrounded by some quite interesting architecture.

See that in the top left corner? Can you guess what it might be?…see next photograph.

97. San Francisco

A day trip in San Francisco before my father and I began our road trip across America, we walked from downtown to the bay area. This photograph was taken on the way to the bay.

96. Kansas City Downtown [From Above]

Taken on my first ever cross country solo to Miami County, flying by Kansas City Downtown.

95. Kansas City Downtown Airport

As part of my night training and flying at a towered airport, my flight instructor, Brandon and I flew to Kansas City Downtown airport to practise landing at a towered airport, something I wasn’t used to.

The airport we were based out of is pilot controlled airspace, where pilots share their intentions with other pilots in the area. However at bigger airports like this one, which is controlled airspace, you must ask the tower for permission and then you are granted it and guided appropriately.

I remember this day well. It was a very very long day! I had sat and passed my written exam in the morning then I flew for the rest of the day!

Nevertheless, the photograph was taken just as we arrived. We parked up and waited until the sun set so we could fly in the dark, contributing to my hours at night for my flight training.
That is the Kansas City skyline which can be seen in the background of the photograph.
I miss my Cherokee!

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