Simply the pick of today’s photo walk. I had to turn around a little prematurely because I developed a massive headache but still managed to get a few shots I was pleased with.
I just took the 50mm 1.4 today on the 5D. When in doubt get the 50 out.
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Tagged as photo walk, photography, winter
These are lovely photos. I particularly like the duck on the path and the traffic/motorway shot.
wow… these are gorgeous shots! i really enjoyed this post!
Hi! Thank you for your kind words. Glad you enjoyed them :)
Thanks for the feedback :)
Yes, I liked the motorway shot too. It almost looks out of place in the set, but the reflections of the headlights on the road caught my attention. I just waited for the cars to form up in some sort of composition and snap!
Reblogged this on The Dark Globe and commented:
A few photos from a (very) wintry walk…
Thanks, and thank you for the opportunity to author on your blog :)
No Worries, Looking forward to your Posts
Thank you! And thanks for your reply on your photos – that 24-70mm seems like a great lens (I plan to buy one myself some day)
love the ducks! and trees and whatnot. this is a really lovely collection of images :]
I really like the old lock. Best wishes on your photography!
lovely photos, winter is a great time for photographers ;)
It certainly is – it’s only snowed regularly here the last 2 or 3 years so we have to make the most of it!
Thanks Jade! I’ve followed your blog. I’m from Manchester myself – I love your rainy day shots and you shoot film, too!
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