So, I moved. From the banks of The Tay to the banks of one of its’ main tributaries: The Almond. It doesn’t offer the wide, expansive, open views that The Tay did but it’s still majestic in its’ own way. Haven’t had much time, sunlight or dry days to work with so far but it has already thrown up a few nice shots.
Aside from the dreadful Deer Shit On My New Trainers incident; another beautiful night down at the bottom of the garden……
Saw the sky beginning to get a bit colourful from the top deck of the bus on my way home, so I shot indoors, grabbed the camera and ran to the riverbank. Spent the subsequent two hours sat on a pier clicking away in awe. What a glorious night.
All images we’re taken in Newburgh, Fife, with the fantastic & highly recommended Sony Nex5 camera.
I’m lucky enough to now live on the banks of Scotland’s longest river, the mighty Tay. A dream prospect for an avid photographer. So, in no particular order, here are some of the resultant shots. All images ©dOSs.
Was so disappointed to hear that @Ketherbound, a man of otherwise exceptionally good music taste, didn’t like reggae that I started this mix of some of my favourite dub & reggae tracks to try and change his mind.
That was a month ago. Chances are I’ll never get round to finishing it. So here it is in incomplete form – 17′ 30″ of dub genius, bass nob twiddling and my attempts at controlling an echo delay.
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If he still doesnt like reggae after hearing this I’m gonna shave his hedgehog. That’s not a euphemism, he has a pet hedgehog.
Dr Alimatado – Best Dressed Chicken
Keith Hudson & Soul Syndicate – Black Heart
Augustus Pablo – King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown
The Upsetters – Grumblin Dub
Horace Andy – Pure Dubbing
Horace Andy – Pure Ranking (Original)
Gregory Isaacs – A Cute Dub
Prince Jammy – Beat Them In Dub
Roots Radics – Mission Impossible
The Specials – Ghost Town (edit)
Leroy Horsemouth Wallace – Herb Vendor
Max Romeo – Chase The Devil
King Tubby – King Tubby’s Special