#MySundayPhoto - Take Me Back

#MySundayPhoto - Take Me Back

I’ve been working on this photo for a little while. I think I’m happy with it and it was edited using Aurora HDR2019. I love how clear the water looks and the drama in the sky.

About 15 minutes before I took this photo was taken it poured down with rain so the clouds were starting to break up.

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#MySundayPhoto - A Different View

#MySundayPhoto - A Different View

I've had a lensball for a while and I've hardly used it. I don't want to take a photo with my holding it so I've been balancing it on a bridge railing instead. This is in front of Harvey's Brewery which has featured many times but I think this gives it a different appeal. 

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#MySundayPhoto - The Calm

#MySundayPhoto - The Calm

Something a little different today. This was taken on Lake Windermere, it was a single rock near the edge of the water and I thought it made an interesting subject. 

This was a long exposure with an 10 stop filter on the front and whilst everything around was busy and hectic this felt calm. To take away any distractions I converted to B&W. 

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#MySundayPhoto - Alone with the Trees

#MySundayPhoto - Alone with the Trees

This was a photo I took up on Ashdown Forest the other evening. It was completely peaceful and the whole time I was there I didn't see anyone else. 

There was plenty of rabbits, birds and deer but no humans. 

This was set to a long exposure with an ND filter, just to add a little more detail into the sky. 

We've not had any rain here for about 50 days now and it was so dry on the forest. 

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#MySundayPhoto - Nutley Windmill

#MySundayPhoto - Nutley Windmill

The other evening I planned on going to a new location for some photography. Right on the edge of the Ashdown Forest is this windmill that hardly anyone seems to know about. 

Typically the day I visited they had some form of party going on so I had to be creative with my photography. 

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#MySundayPhoto - Taking Your Time

#MySundayPhoto - Taking Your Time

I thought for this photo I'd try something a little different. It was a longer exposure of 6 seconds which I tend not to do on landscapes. 

It's created a different texture to the crops which I kind of like, there was a wind so they were moving. 

I would have liked a bit more movement in the clouds. 

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