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. Read More
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. Read More
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. Read More
Whilst enjoying a walk up Orrest Head in Windermere I was taking a few photos of the view and Laura told me to be quiet and look slightly to my left. Sitting on the wall just next to me was this fluffy looking robin. Read More
Last week we spend a few days in the amazing Lake District, I took so many photos and still need to edit some of them. We stayed in Windermere and most days enjoyed a walk near Lake Windermere. Read More
Laying on the beach with the waves crashing and the warm Summer sun beaming down.
Ok it wasn't quite like that but this photo certainly feels like that. The truth is seagulls were swooping down trying to grab the chips that tourists had. Read More
This might be one of my favourite photos for a long time. I just happened to be at the right place at the right time.
I did plan on having a different image for #MySundayPhoto but I've torn the ligaments in my ankle which isn't ideal. Read More
I went out yesterday to a new location which was completely peaceful and calm. Full of open spaces and wildlife all around me.
Whilst about to take a photo of the view I spotted this plant with lots of ladybirds happily enjoying the sunshine. Read More
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. Read More