Like an advancing army coming over the top of the hill Trees at Frensham, at the edge of the woods. Simple composition, in 1/3rds 🙂 The photo is on Flickr and 500px. Shot on my Nikon D7100 through a Nikkor 16-85mm lens at ƒ/5.6, 1/125th sec, ISO 200.
Snow in the Surrey woods More snow flurries this week. These pine trees at Frensham could be deep in the Alps not Surrey! I enjoyed composing this shot. The snow on the ground makes a big difference to the light under the trees, and making the most out of the foreground has created the impression that the […]
Snow at Frensham Little Pond A photo of yesterday morning’s snow at Frensham Little Pond. A perfect alpine snow scene deep in the Surrey countryside! Love the colours of the reeds in the foreground. Nikon D7100 with a Nikkor 16-85mm lens, ƒ/4.2 at 1/80th sec, ISO 200. This photo was featured in Surrey Life Magazine and is […]
Frensham Little Pond in the snow And how strange was this? The snow at Frensham Little Pond was literally floating on top of the water. There’s wasn’t any ice on the lake – the snow that had fallen overnight had formed a Slush Puppy mush, and as more snow fell it just settled on top […]
Flat as a Millpond Frensham Little Pond in the mist on a still November morning. Very quiet! I often stop at Frensham on the way to work for a bit of peace and quiet, it’s a beautiful place that’s always changing. Shot on my Nikon D7100, with a Nikkor 16-85mm lens at ƒ/4.0, 1/80th second, ISO 160. This […]
Under Itchen Bridge Stopped on the way back from Ikea to admire the underneath of The Itchen Bridge. Needs a few tea lights to brighten it up, I wish I’d thought about this while I was at the shops! Taking the photo had a few challenges. Firstly, it was raining which is why the photo […]
Start of the day at the lake I stopped off this morning on the way to work at Stockbridge Pond, near Tilford in Surrey to catch the mist. Stockbridge Pond is a little fishing pond tucked away in the woods. The mist was just clearing and it was very still apart from the occasional ‘plop’ […]