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Open University Digital Photography course

Hello - I thought you might like to see the results of my OU Digital Photography course. There are a selection I'm submitting for my final assessment. SO let me know what you think.

Rusty beach view


Rock pool reflections


Moody canal view


Woodland walk


Light shining through leaves


Cones


Poppy


Scrap Metal


Market Bosworth Water Tower doorway


Ghostly ducks

Oh - and people keep telling me I remind them of Miranda... I'm never sure how to take that!

Comments

Thimbleanna said…
They're all so beautiful. I especially love the light coming through the leaves. And, I don't know who Miranda is???
Helen said…
they look great. Very arty. This digital photography course must have been very educational.
I agree with Thimbleanna who is Miranda? Or do you mean my sister (lol)
Susan D said…
Hi from a previous T189er, wasn't it a good course. I especially like 'rock pool reflections' and 'scrap metal'. Good luck with your assessment.
I love the door one and woodland walk - very arty photo's well done.
marion said…
I particularly like the first image, very tactile.
Sarah said…
Really like the Rusty Beach view, good texture definition and I love seeing the view through the hole! Looks like its been an excellent course.
Sarah S

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