This forest scene may have been quite heavily colour processed, but I can assure you that the thick and hazy rays of light were genuinely there. It was quite a magical atmosphere, and I wanted to get that across in[…]
There’s something captivating about seeing water droplets on flower petals. I decided to convert this image to black and white as I thought it could enhance the emotion of the shot.
This little fella turned up (along with about 15 of his brothers and sisters) to enjoy a quick snack from the bird feeder in our garden. On his way down to the food, he stopped off to check out the[…]
The final shot from my recent set of “cold morning walks” photos, I found this bench whilst exploring the nearby river. It was frozen over and not particularly inviting, however there was something about the single bench and the broad,[…]
I was intrigued by the lens flare I managed to capture in this shot. I deliberately used a very shallow depth of field, in order to try and isolate the tree from the rest of the image.
Nature can be both beautiful and a little bit ugly all at the same time. That’s what this image means to me.
This is the first image in my 2017 Challenge to photograph 12 red things. It’s a post box and a church doorway… I liked the way the two red rectangles reflected each other.