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I've just sorted and created an "Autumn Collection" of images from around the country on my website as we enter that wonderfully colourful period of the year. Take a look, hope you like them;
This image is of Watersmeet, North Devon with the National Trust shop/cafe on the left and the two rivers joining in the foreground. ... See MoreSee Less
I'm currently on a two week trip away making new images. The first week was spent on the island of Anglesey, where I had one location in particular that I have wanted to do for sometime. Its Llanddwyn island lighthouse, a well known landscape photography classic, but nonetheless I wanted to visit and photograph it myself. I went there on just the second day of the trip, more to "recky" the location than anything else. However the weather conditions were not behaving quite as forecast and there appeared to be a chance of a nice break in the clouds just where the sun would set. So I set off on the mile and a half trek through the woods, along the beach and across the causeway to the island, arriving about an hour before actual sunset and set up and waited, watching the clouds and noticing the gap getting ever smaller and further away. However luck was on my side and after about an hour the sun dropped into the gap to bathe the scene in lovely warm evening light which lasted just under 10 mins before the sun again disappeared into the clouds. Job done I set off back to the car, where my wife was patiently waiting. I had to paddle across the causeway as the tide was starting to come in. At this point I did witness a great afterglow effect which I'd missed, but I think if I'd stayed much longer getting across the causeway may have proved difficult. Hope you like my efforts on this location for a first visit, processed on my lap-top so perhaps not perfect at this stage.
Onwards to Glencoe for a week now..... ... See MoreSee Less
I spent another day trying to get some decent shots "Flying Scotsman" on its visit to the West Somerset Railway today. Almost certainly the best day weather wise of the whole week long visit. I was fortunate in getting 4 shots in sun and the two attached here are my favourites of the day.
The first shows the engine working the afternoon train to Minehead past Watersmeet, nr Bishops Lydeard, and the second shows the same train leaving Blue Anchor. Note the Class 33 just visible at the rear of the train to provide banking assistance if required after 'Scotsman had some trouble with the WSR's banks a few days ago. Both taken on 12th September 2017. ... See MoreSee Less