Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Behind Sherbourne Fields School

I back tracked a little bit from where I left off my last shoot. The cloud cover was much better this time so I re- shot some places where I had been shooting into the sun before. 
I think we've left Coundon Wedge now? The river flows under a little bridge, behind Sherbourne Fields Primary school and heads towards Holyhead road. I was joined by some friendly horses for a little while! Take a look at My Sunday Photo from last week (I couldn't resist).

I'm kinda loving all the shades of brown that are around at the moment. The neutral shades with the bare twigs and branches; I think the images feel a little desolate and I quite like that.
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Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Further along Coundon Wedge

Last week I finally got back out and continued my journey along the river Sherbourne. I didn't go too far but it felt lovely to be shooting again.

We're still on Coundon Wedge at the moment, the ground was a little muddier that I'd anticipated so I had to go back to the car for my walking boots! The sun was strong and quite low in the sky, I guess that comes with the time of day and year, so that was a bit of a challenge. I must remember my lens hood next time!
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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Iceland, 2017

Last September my best friend from school and I took a week off work and went on a jam packed holiday to Iceland's capital city, Reykjavik. We definitely picked the right time of year to go as our flights were a reasonable price and the weather wasn't too cold! 

We kept ourselves super busy by booking a different excursion for every day we were there; we got to stand on two continents at once, swim between two tectonic plates and try some delicious Icelandic food and drink. 
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