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I’d been away with work for a couple of days and got home late Wednesday morning last week. Whilst away we’d been in the Peak District and it was really foggy on the higher ground. After getting home and having … Continue reading
Tagged black and white, Burbage Edge, countryside, detail, fog, foggy day, low visibilty, monochrome photography, outdoor, Peak District National Park, photography, tree
This gallery contains 2 photos.
It was a beautiful foggy day recently when we headed out to Bamford Edge in the Peak District National Park. A couple of climbers emerged out of the fog. It’s only a short climb but the cloud hugging the valley … Continue reading
Tagged Bamford Edge, black and white, climbers, cloud, Derbyshire, fog, foggy, foggy day, monochrome, Olympus Pen-F, outdoor activity, outdoors, Peak District National Park, people, photography, rock climbers, UK
Some years back i made a very basic pinhole attachment from a camera body cap. Then last summer i decided to stick it onto my DSLR and try it out at home by doing some figure photography. The blog of … Continue reading
These were taken on 10th, 12th, 14th of January 2013. I love the way the weather can change so rapidly sometime, from the wonderful murky fog, to a clear day, and then snow, all in just five days. They were … Continue reading
For quite a long time i’ve been wanting to try and photograph a particular tree in the fields where i walk the dog. I’ve photographed parts of it against the sky in a minimalistic way, but always thought it’d be … Continue reading
Today was a proper late autumn/early winter foggy day. One of those days when it’s quite cold and damp, but wonderfully atmospheric. I think many photographers like foggy weather, it removes a lot of the distracting background, and so offers … Continue reading