As it was such a glorious morning, on Friday 14th January, I decided to go further afield with Kim. It has been impossible to get over the meadows to the trailway near Shillingstone since before Christmas because of the floods and to have a clear frosty morning was a bonus.
The run up to Christmas this year will be unforgettable and of course the weather is to blame, not lots of snow for a white Christmas but severe gales and heavy rain, see my post on my diary; from the early morning, yesterday, to this morning, Christmas eve. The fields
While the weather is bright and very contrasty through the day I have been out practising my infrared photography, getting used to the different way of taking and processing the images. I’m really enjoying visiting familiar places and looking at the world and images in a different way. I have
I’ve just added a Diary/Notes section to my website. After being on Colin Varndell’s workshop recently Colin and Susy gave me incentive to log sightings of wildlife. It’s also good for me making me more observant when I’m out and about. Hopefully it will help in my photography and seeing