On April 2nd, after a grim, grey wet morning the sun came out so we went off to our favourite field at the edge of the National Forest to walk the dog. The camera went with me too and on the way we saw a raised verge full of daffodils with the late afternoon sunshine behind them. “Here we are dressed in our finest” Continue reading Sunshine to warm the soul
Ansel Adams said “Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment.”
How right he was some days you go out full of hope and the light never materialises. Other days, like today, you go out with not much hope and Wowee! First rule of Landscape photography is be there!
These from a circuit round the “Stones” in west Leicestershire this morning (that’s Congerstone, Bilstone and Shackerstone btw).
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The day before yesterday I went for a short walk around my village of Bagworth, heavy snow the night before made for a wonderful setting. Sadly it soon melted but as I was out early(ish) I saw the best of it.
All shots with Fuji X-T1 and editing in Adobe Lightroom 4.