I signed up to an on-line photography course offered on Groupon earlier this year. Now will have the time to start it.
The first project is to take a photo of an inanimate object and name it “before”. At the end of the course one has to complete an “after” photo having transformed it into an art-form using the skills one has, hopefully, acquired!
This is my “Before” photo
My “Before” Picture
9 October 2018
Back To School Weekend Challenge entry
Orhan & Leah edit
16 October 2018
Suggestion Weekend Challenge entry
The finger of suspicion
23 October 2018
Halloween Weekend Challenge entry
6 November 2018
Module 5 basic composition, Rule of Thirds
Kerala fish Market
20 November 2018
Module 9, Black & White composition; High Key
We visited for Sunday lunch on a Groupon voucher. The menu was pretty comprehensive and all available. We chose the goats cheese with parma ham and whitebait as starters both of which were very good. For mains my wife had Roast Sea Bass with prawns and capers on samphire with new potatoes whilst I had the duo of Monkfish and Mackerel with sweet red onions, roast potatoes and a massaman curry sauce (which I had on the side). They have a very nice Chablis which complemented the fish really well. We followed it up with the cheese board. The cheeses were ripe and tasty and served with crisped homemade bread. I do not think the prices were exorbitant given the quality and quantity of the dishes and £24.00 for a good Chablis is not over the top (we didn’t realize you could bring your own wine). The staff were very young and friendly if not totally au-fait with the dishes but then this was not Deanes. The decor is definitely different but does not detract from the atmosphere. An enjoyable experience and we will probably call again.