That’s it folks, my final blog before the New Year. I would like to thank you all who have been following me during 2018 and for those who had comfort from reading and sharing my blogs, thank you.
Here we go, as it is the time to get festive with just a week to go before the big day arrives, I like to share with you my home town of Biggleswade, at Christmas.
For those who don’t know where Biggleswade is, it is situated just of the A-1, 11 miles north of Stevenage, with a population ever increasing with new houses on offer at a little less cheaply then nearby Baldock, it has great rail and easy access to the motorway network to most parts of the country.
I found this year the town folk put on a great effort to make the town look good for Christmas, with most shops decorating their shop fronts as well as the street lighting effort this year, makes it a nice place to do a bit of Christmas shopping this time of year.
The effort made by the local authorities to put on a decent Christmas light show this year has to be welcomed, as in the past it has been an absolute shambles, with just the basics on offer, maybe the locals in the town created such a fuss about it from last year, it’s about time the local authorities put a bit more effort into it, well-done to all that contributed to it.
I decided for this blog to use my Nikon D-7200 with a combination of a 24-80 mm Nikon lens and set the ISO to Auto once again as this camera is good in the high noise area of the image and works well with the latest 2019 edition of Lightroom classic, it deals with the noise brilliantly.
With most of the images taken during the early evening, I only took a few the next day of a couple of shop fronts, I must admit I was pleased with the result’s.
Once again It gives me great pleasure to wish all my readers and followers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, cant wait till 2019 to start again and hopefully find more things to photograph and blog.