Earlier this evening I wrote quite a long entry to accompany this image, but just as I was about to publish the entry my computer crashed, taking the entry with it. On reflection though, I suspect I was probably waffling a bit, so I guess it's not too much of a disaster.
Anyway, I've now got a fractious small child sat in my lap, trying desperately to reach the power button on my laptop while typing with her feet, so here's the abridged version of my earlier post ...
I haven't had any time for photography this week as I've been writing my HDR book and my latest HDR tutorial (which will be published later this week, as a follow on to part one and part two).
I don't have too much to say about this one other than that it was shot this afternoon, on the beach at Blackpool's south shore, and is an HDR image constructed from three originals shot with my G9.
I got one other shot (possibly two) that I'll post at some point later this week.
What I also mentioned was a video I watched the other day, produced by Zack Arias. To be honest, it left me at something of a loss for words, so I'm not going to say anything about it here, other than to say that if you've ever lost your mojo, or inspiration, or struggled to appreciate your own work, you should definitely take a look: