Today saw me photographing two teams that I regularly photograph, playing each other. Both on a good run of results, both seeming to score for fun. So you could bank on it being a draw.
Pretty Surrey countryside.
Captioning, archiving & backing up again.
Need to clean at least one of the sensors in my Cameras, so I may as well do both, just need to pick up some canned air.
What should have been a 30 minute journey, resulted in nearly 2 hours of being stationary. Serious accident at Junction 11 of the M25 meant that the Air Ambulance had to be called and the M25 closed. Hopefully the injured party will make a full recovery.
I have lost count of how many insulated cups i have owned over the years, and to be honest they were all shite, for a variety of reasons. Mostly that they were unable to keep a cup of tea hot for more than a hour. Some were poorly designed so that they wouldn’t fit a standard cup holder, some were top heavy & would fall out of a cup holder at the slightest touch of the brake or accelerator. But now I have found the perfect Thermos mug. Fill it with hot tea at 11am and then drive to a football match, still too hot to drink, 2pm still very hot. 5pm still hot enough to drink.
Not the cheapest Thermos mugs available but certainly the best I have found so far. Also as long as the lid is closed you can put it in a bag without fear of it spilling.
Don’t do much macro work, probably two jobs in the last year or so, that have actually come close to requiring a macro lens, but I was able to get away with a 24-70 & extension tubes. But I decided that it was time to invest. So a 100mm F2.8 Macro lens has been added to the arsenal. For the most part it will probably seldom leave the house, but it is handy to have.
Was at the Fulham v Ipswich Town game today, good win for Fulham.
Back in 1980 I used a Tenba P211 bag for my kit, it comfortably held a Canon A1 with MA set & 50mm F1.4, a 24mm F2, a 100mm F2.8 and a 70-210mm, with a 199A Speedlight, plus half a dozen rolls of film.
I was hoping to find a nice condition period one, but have been unsuccessful, so purchased the new Tenba P211 Classic. as a bag that can be thrown in the car. Whilst it won’t take the same volume of kit as before, due to the much larger size of the equipment, so it will hold a EOS1dx, 40mm STM, 24mm, 100mm & a 580EXII along with an iPad.
This Saturday saw me back at Brentford FC for the visit of M4 Corridor rivals Bristol City. A game that saw Brentford out-class Bristol for 80 minutes of the game, and to be honest the scoreline flattered Bristol.