Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nov 2nd: Autumn Colours

Autumn is being very kind to us this year with some cracking scenes and wonderful colours around every corner. It’s great getting out at for family walks over weekends/half term etc. – nothing finer that stretching the legs out in the Peak. It always raises a conundrum for me photographically.

DSC_7860_lo resWhilst I’d love to linger and really get stuck in photographically I stay ‘run and gun’ shooting with one lens and no tripod. Photography, like most of life, is a compromise; better to take a shot with limitations rather than not shoot at all in my book. Here are a few images from recent trips – all taken with D800 plus one lens (usually the 24-70 F2.8) and all on the hoof…

River Derwent upstream of GrindlefordTree under autumn skyTrees, Walls and Leaves in GrindlefordAcer ColoursWhitely Wood, SheffieldHeron in pond, Whitely Wood, SheffieldFungiiFungiiThat Crag again - Popular End of Stanage

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