Sunday, 15 October 2017

Douglas Valley Worthington Reservoir

At the head of the three reservoirs at Worthington, the River Douglas falls through a wooded area before being slowed and captured for a while as it flows towards Wigan.

Fuji XT2, 10-24mm and 55-200mm lenses.



Dappled Light

Lake Walk

Across The Bridge

Cormorants Perch


Dark River Flow

Trees Light

Fallen Branch

Lake View Skies

Into The Tunnel

Falls Frozen View










Saturday, 30 September 2017

Formby Beach Views

An afternoon at National Trust Formby Beach, among the Pine trees, Red Squirrels, sandy beaches and wide vistas!


Fuji XT20, 35mm, 10-24mm, 55-200mm lenses.



Cloud Reflections

Razor Bubbles

Blue Sky Beach

Even Break wave

Cheeky Chappie

Spiral Shell


Nibbling Nuts

Sunshine Tideline

Shell Lines

Sunshine Horizon

Washed Footsteps




Formby Beach

I had an afternoon at the National Trust Formby Beach on a changeable day weather-wise. Sometimes it was really bright, other times clouds pushed across the sky darkening the landscape.

Here are some black and white images.

Fuji XT20, 35mm, 10-24mm and 55-200mm lenses.



Marram Grass Shapes

Footsteps

Dreaming Of Far Away

Driftwood Patterns

Dune View

Seagulls Perch

Dune Grass Beach View

Marram Grass Points

Frozen Splash

Wind Turbines View

Strolling

Thursday, 21 September 2017

London Architecture

I stayed with my lovely sister for 3 days and took the opportunity to photograph London architecture from the Southbank area at the Thames, both in the daytime and at dusk.

Here are the results.

Fuji XT20, 18mm, 27mm, 35mm, 60mm Prime lenses

City Clouds Classic Chrome

Blavatnik Bricks

Last Sunlight City

Rain In The Distant Suburbs


Millennium Bridge Walkers

Shadows And Light From Altitude

Long Exposure Thames And Shard


 A four image series of St Paul's working across the Millennium Bridge towards the Cathedral








Threatening City Skies

Classic Chrome Thunderstorm City

Long Exposure Thames, Millennium Bridge And Tate Modern

Tate Modern Bridge View

Turbine Hall Lines

Under Blackfriars Bridge