Monthly Archive: December, 2015

Chesterton Windmill Silhouette

After seemingly endless days of rain and grey cloudy skies, a brief break in the weather was an opportunity to get my gear out and head to a location. Chesterton Windmill was not… Continue reading

Worcester Cathedral

Taken almost exactly two years ago, this is Worcester Cathedral around Christmas 2013. I had seen a number of images that had been edited in order to make them a little more dramatic.… Continue reading

Nash Point Lighthouse

Just east of Nash Point is the lighthouse, built in the 1800’s after many lives were lost when a ship sank in poor weather. It was a little bit windy on top of… Continue reading

Beach Long Exposure

Conditions at Nash Point were ideal for a few long exposure images – so I was able to try a couple of things. I wanted to try to catch the trails as each… Continue reading

Nash Point

It’s been grey for weeks here – I almost find myself looking at my old photos to remind myself what sunshine looks like. That said, there was, in the forecast, the hint of… Continue reading

Burnham Low Lighthouse

Burnham Low Lighthouse is much photographed, and justifiably so. It makes a great subject, siting just below the high tide mark, meaning that there is ample scope for different images. The tide goes… Continue reading

Sgwd Yr Eira

Just practicing my Photoshop skills – I had read about the Orton effect, which is a technique you can use to give a soft glow to your images. There are a few Youtube… Continue reading

Clevedon Pier Long Exposure

Taken in the late afternoon as the tide rolled in, this is the classic view of Clevedon pier. I’ve worked out that the best time to be there is where high tide and… Continue reading

Cheddar Evening

Taken late afternoon, from the cliffs above Cheddar Gorge, with the town of Cheddar (that of the cheese fame) in the distance and the reservoir beyond. The lump in the distance in the… Continue reading

Sunshine and Rain

As the setting sun was lighting up the Purton Hulks on the east bank of the Severn, the rain was hitting the west bank, giving a dramatic image. I fortunately managed to miss… Continue reading