Tag Archive: Feckenham

Feckenham Church at Night

I’ve always wanted to try some night photography – it presents an interesting challenge, both technically and photographically. More and more areas in the UK seem to have gained Dark Sky status, and… Continue reading

Cockerel

I chanced upon this magnificently coloured cockerel in Feckenham. It was 10:30 and he was crowing away for all he was worth. He’d obviously had a bit of a lie in! Photography stuff:… Continue reading

Long Exposure

Sunday was a day of low cloud and dull light. Rather than not take any photographs at all, I thought I would try a few long exposure images, so I headed out to… Continue reading

Feckenham Church Monochrome

Feckenham Church reworked as monochrome. Just because I can, really 🙂 It’s quite easy to do in Nik software’s Silver EFX Pro – there is such a huge choice of effects to let… Continue reading

Path to Feckenham Church

Unusually quiet in a Sunday morning, Feckenham church basks in the fine weather. Whilst a wide angle lens is subject to messing with your vertical lines, in this case it’s not the lens… Continue reading

Row of Daffodils

There was, in Feckenham churchyard, a neat row of daffodils running in a line towards the church itself. A splash of colour on a cloudy Sunday morning.

Feckenham Church Vintage

Taken on a bright, sunny, March morning, I decided on a little more post processing than usual in order to give the image a vintage look. I think it fits in with the… Continue reading

Morning Church

The morning sunshine gives light and shadows on the roof and side of Feckenham Church. When you look at it closely, it is composed of three building phases. The earliest looks to be… Continue reading

Feckenham Church Mono

Feckenham is at least an hours walk from my house if I don’t stop to take photographs along the way. Judging by the time on the church clock, I was up and out… Continue reading

Feckenham Church Tower

The last rays of the day light up parts of the church tower, with the rest in the shadow of a large conifer. The local triassic sandstone glows red in the late evening… Continue reading