Maybe somewhere…but not in West Yorkshire.
Looking back through a few recent drone images I came across a couple I had missed where the light and clouds combined to produce a couple of interesting images, one above the clouds and the other as the clouds lifted above the Chew Valley and Dove Stones Reservoir.Continue reading “Above the clouds”
“It’s a warm wind, the west wind, full of birds’ cries” – The West Wind by John Masefield
Well that’s as maybe but I can tell you an east wind in February on top of Standedge is chuffin cold ! – best suited for winter photography said my new book, true, but it didn’t mention the need for crampons !Continue reading “Chuffin Cold !”
So 2020 comes to an end and many will be wishing good ridance to it. Travel restictions have meant that photographic opportunities have been few and far betwen this year and frankly the weather hasn’t helped either. Who knows what 2021 will bring but one thing is for sure, climate change is having a dramatic impact on the weather, it seams that dry crisp winters are a thing of the past to be replaced with seemingly endless drab grey days and rain. A final year-end walk and a final couple of photographs.Continue reading “Year-end Walk”
Following on from my earlier post about an Englishman’s favourite topic, no not depth of field equivalency, the weather – things have taken a turn for the worse with plenty of “Chuva” as the Portugese call it – i.e it’s p**ing down and blowing a gale !