Exploring the area around Wet Sleddale on the eastern edge of the Lake District National Park with my 23 year old point and shoot film camera.
Thorough planning can increase our chance of getting a good shot so it is very important to regularly scout out new locations so that we have a composition in mind when we return.
What do I really think of my photos from my recent trip to High Dam near Finsthwaite in the Lake District.
Sometimes an evening’s photography can be perfect. Great location, great light and great company. This is the story of one such evening.
I visit Tarn Hows, one of the most photogenic locations in the whole of the Lake District.
Early mornings can turn you a little crazy!
I head down to Devon to photograph the Daymark Tower on the evening of the summer solstice.
I head off with explore Cumbria with no plan and no idea where I would end up. Did I manage to get any decent images?
I had long been planning a visit from Sam and Hannah Bose to the Lake District but when the time finally arrived and injured foot limited what I was capable of. Instead of being able to climb Catbells with them I had to stick to photographing along the shoreline. First stop was Hawes End on … Continue reading “Photos: Derwent Water”