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Just working through some of my large back catalogue of RAW files to process and whilst working through a charter with Collett 14xx No. 1450 and autocoach I particularly like this image of the loco and coach leaving Buckfastleigh, South Devon Rly, on a fresh February morning in 2016. Really captures the BR Western Region branch line feel of the early 60's. ... See MoreSee Less
As there appeared to be a potentially good sunset this evening I ventured into Burnham-on-sea to see what options I could find. I didn't really want to do the lower lighthouse again, and anyway it was an incoming tide makiing that option a little awkward, so I went to the south end of the esplanade and the path alongside the River Brue by the yacht club. With a nice line up of boats bobbing around on the high tide a quite wonderful sky developed to bring out some great sunset colours. I waited until the sun was low enough to the horizon and used f22 to create the "starburst" effect and careful use of my ND Grad filter allowed a well balanced exposure. Happy with that one.
Canon EOS 5DS, Canon 24-105mm f4 L lens, Lee 0.9 hard ND Grad, 1.3secs @f22. ISO100. ... See MoreSee Less
Probably my favorite time of year on Exmoor is August and early September when the Heather is in flower. This year the 'Ling Heather' has appeared a little earlier than usual, in late July, so as long as the 'Bell Heather' follows suit we could get a good display this year. This view is from Bossington Hill, near the end of the North Hill Road from Minehead, looking along the Exmoor coast over the Pebble beach at Bossington and Porlock Weir towards Lynmouth. The shot was taken on a wonderful sunny day with good visibility, although a hint of blue haze in the air at this time of day, resulting in a nice bright and colourful image. Even the Bristol Channel looks blue!
Canon EOS 5DS, Canon EF24-105mm f4 L lens, Lee Polariser, Lee 0.3 ND Grad & Lee 'Little Stoper' ND. 1/8th sec @ f16. ISO 100. ... See MoreSee Less