Tag Archive: Worcestershire

Abstract Long Exposure

I thought a little abstract long exposure would be a good idea – considering I had lost the light by the time I arrived at my location. This is an old wind tower… Continue reading

Worcestershire Evening

Late evening light in the Worcestershire countryside, on a peaceful evening. The sheep weren’t too bothered about me being there. For a higher quality version, please see my Flickr page. Photography stuff: 12-24mm… Continue reading

Deer by Broadway Tower

I had set off early to get a sunrise shot of the lavender at Snowshill, but I could not find a composition, so I headed to Broadway Tower. Lucky I did, as the… Continue reading

The Artist

Local artist Ken Mottram, working on his amazing pen drawings at Croome Court, Worcestershire. We had a chat with him, after which he was kind enough to allow me to take a few… Continue reading

Breakfast

I managed to get a shot of this grebe, early this morning. He looks chuffed to bits to have caught his breakfast. I suspect the many fishermen will not have been impressed at… Continue reading

Orangery

The orangery at Hanbury Hall, viewed from the footpath through the grounds. Buildings such as this are a handy way of working out where south is! I’ve been inside and the amount of… Continue reading

Guarding the Lock

I realise that the last thing the Internet needs is more cat pictures, but I’m posting this one anyway. Walking down the Worcester and Birmingham Canal, I took a breather and sat on… Continue reading

Lock 46

Lock 46 on the Tardebigge flight of locks, Worcester and Birmingham canal. The Tardebigge flight is the longest flight of locks in the U.K, raising the level of the canal 220 feet in… Continue reading

My First Photoshoot

Well – landscape is all well and good, but a new challenge was needed. I decided a few weeks ago to leap into the scary world of portrait photography, so I contacted a… Continue reading

Lakeside Morning

Lakeside, very early on a Sunday morning, with abundant wildfowl keeping me company. The mother goose in the foreground on the right was particularly wary as her chicks were close by. I remembered… Continue reading