Friday, 10 November 2017

Sluicing Ramsgate Harbour, pictures and a ramble

I think this picture dates from around 1900 and shows the sluices running.

I collected new glasses from the optician today and have been out and about with my Canon bridge camera getting used to using the camera in conjunction with the new glasses.

Here is the link to the pictures I took this afternoon When I should have been at work in the bookshop.

Here is the link to the books that went out in the bookshop yeaterday  

I hope to have a go with my new glasses and my Pentax DSLR camera later on, it is much more difficult to get unusual pictures with a DSLR camera these days than it is with a bridge camera as mobile phone cameras try to emulate DSLR cameras.

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