Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Haigh Plantations In Late Spring

I went to small area of the Plantations where I know the trees grow thick and are undisturbed by paths, and here I found wonderful patterns and light made by trunks, fresh green leaves and mottled sunlight.

I used two cameras, the Fuji X-T1 with a fixed 18mm Fuji lens, and the Sony Rx100 which has a 28-100mm lens allowing for various images.

The first set are the Fuji 18mm images.

Broken Roots in B/W

The Thin Trunk

Red Colour In the Canopy

Dark Companions

Through The Gap

In Position B/W

Silver Birch ICM

These are the Sony images.

The Still Pond

Down In The Bluebells

Bare Thin Trunk
Spaced Apart B/W

Still Proud

Sunlight Trunk Burst
Silver Swamp

Horse Chestnut Candles

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