This is probably the last of the shots I'll be posting from my recent trip to the desert near Dubai and while it doesn't portray the same sense of scale as my previous two 'desert tracks' images, I am pleased with it. Like desert tracks #2, this one was also processed almost entirely in Camera Raw (with just some minor cloning and sharpening in CS4).

On a totally different matter: as many of you know, Libby (my wife) has been away for almost the last eight weeks – she returned to the UK to give birth to our latest daughter – but she'll be home again tomorrow. We're driving to the airport in a little over 24 hours to pick her up, and I'll be taking some shots of Tegan (our newborn) over the next few days. It's been a long time since I photographed a newborn baby :)

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4.57pm on 20/11/09
Canon 5D Mark II
EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
57mm
f/4.5
1/80
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+1/3
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100
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