An early morning walk in Epping Forest took us to Connaught Water, a large stretch of water near Chingford.
Not great light, but thankfully the rain held off. The second image is of some tree branches close to the water – a 25 second exposure taken with a ‘big stopper’ filter to give the water that soft, creamy look.
I’ve just spent several days in the Peak District with “friends” from our photography club ( Harlow Seniors Photography Group ) so you may see some more of my images from the trip over the coming days.
This is a thirteen second exposure of the weir at Cressbrook Mill in the Peak District, taken on the Olympus EM-1 with a Big Stopper filter.
A couple of weekends ago we spent a weekend in Bournemouth on the south coast.
I ventured out onto the beach early one morning and caught this long exposure of the sea and Bournemouth’s pier.
The image captures the solitude of the place for me – at least, as it was at that time of the morning. Later it became it became a bit more hectic, but still lovely!
Taken on an Olympus EM-1, ISO 100, f22 60 seconds using a 10 stop ND filter – and tripod!
( Probably, more Bournemouth pictures to follow. )