Fallen Angel's Photos
Here we are at the home to some of my photography. Some people think it's kind of weird I like photography – my eyes don't always work too well and I have a distinct lack of peripheral vision. My cameras though can focus a lot better than me, though it's only when I get them downloaded onto the computer and magnify them I can see if they're any good.
My cameras at the moment are my old Olympus Camedia C400 Zoom (seen better days and it's memory cards are a PITA but it's reliable and I like it), my Canon Powershot A710 IS (georgeous little thing of beauty it is!), and a cheap and cheerful little Vivitar Vivicam 3105s that lives in my bag. I've also got a rather cool Sony Ericsson K810i mobile phone that's got a rather nifty camera built in.
- 3rd August 2007
- Sony Ericsson K810i camera phone
Sheffield is, at the moment, a city full of redevelopment. New offices and developments are springing up everywhere. The city's had a major re–vamp in the past few years, and this is the new industrial sized water feature outside the city's rail station.
A large fountain and a complex multi–channeled waterfall form the centre–piece of the station's entrance, but the most stunning thing about it is the a steel wall of water that is it's backdrop – a gleaming wall of steel down which water constantly cascades.
Click on the thumbnails for the full sized image.