We went down to the pier this afternoon and as usual, despite having taken quite a few shots, there was only one that I was happy with. And do let me know what you think of this one as I'm planning to do quite a few in this style over the summer: high contrast, slightly 'odd' (for want of a better term) portraits. This one is of our youngest, but I also want to get some shots of the tourists this year. Last summer I think I was probably a bit too nervous to ask people if they minded me photographing them, but this year I'm feeling a bit more adventurous.

And once again, my apologies for not answering many of the emails you've sent over recent weeks. Our entire summer is going to be really busy (I still have to finish fitting the kitchen, and the baby is due mid-August) but work should be less frantic after this week, so I'm hoping to catch up with things after that.

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5.26pm on 18/6/05
Canon 20D
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