These fantastic patterns appeared on our conservatory windows one morning earlier this week. To good to miss, I took the opportunity to take a few shots using a 60mm macro lens on the Olympus EM1 Mark II – and a tripod.
All backlit with natural light from the garden – and tweaked ( a touch ) in Lightroom Classic CC.
One from the recent weather across the UK – my back garden taken through a crystal-glass ball!
Almost as it came out of the camera – apart from the falling snow which, bizarrely, I had to add in with Photoshop.
Damage from Storm Doris at North Weald Airfield.
Beautiful – but cold!
Taken at a local pond earlier today.
On the Olympus-Em-1, Pro 40-100 lens, tripod and remote release.
I changed the water in our garden birdbath this morning – and found these amazing patterns in the ice!
All taken on the Olympus EM-1 with a 60mm macro lens and a tripod. There’s a lot of ‘noise’ in the first couple – the ISO was much too high – but the last one is much cleaner!
Outside my front door this evening.
It’s been a long time coming – but what a sight: blossom and spring sunshine.
Taken on my iPhone.
The park at Harlow a couple of days ago ….
This, on the day we should be flying out from Heathrow!
The weather can be unpredictable, relentless – and beautiful!
A couple of days ago it gave us this …
… whilst in the opposite direction we had ….
Both images captured on my iPhone4 – not bad, but if only I had had the D800 with me!