Monthly Archives: September 2009

Weighing the Anchor

Experimenting with HDR and IR. This anchor sits at the side of St Andrews Harbour. I couldn’t begin to count the number of times I’ve sat next to it, walk past it or seen it over the years. But I’d … Continue reading

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Butts Wynd – St Salvators, St Andrews

A night shot of St Salvators tower taken from Butts Wynd. Also I’ve put up an HDR tutorial of the workflow that I follow when producing my HDR images.

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College Street – St Andrews, at night

College Street, St andrews at night. The Central Bar in the foreground and the tower of St Salvators visible behind the roof tops. Click through to flickr to see it full size

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St Andrews at Low Tide

St Andrews Harbour viewed from the beach at low tide. I’m lucky enough to work down at the East sands in St Andrews and have views like this everyday. This morning the sun had just come up and it was … Continue reading

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Blackfiars Chapel – St Andrews

Sitting outside Madras College, Blackfriars Chapel is all that remains of a once large monastery on the site. The Blackfriars were established in St Andrews by Bishop William Wishart and were known for their white robes with black crosses and … Continue reading

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The Pends – After Dark

The Pends in St Andrews is thought to be one of the gateways to the Priory or the Cathedral . The road is still in use today and leads down to the Harbour through these ruined arches. This HDR was … Continue reading

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Red Phone Box

These old style red phoneboxes are becoming scarce in the UK now. They photograph much better than their replacements. Although most of them do tend to smell of unirne inside, thank god I have a mobile and don’t have to … Continue reading

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Kinness Estuary, St Andrews

The earliest references to the harbour at St Andrews date to the 14th century, but the estuary of the Kinness Burn was undoubtedly used before that as a natural harbour in a rather treacherous bay. Today the harbour is home … Continue reading

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