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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