Saturday, 27 April 2013

A Change of Pace

A few months ago I delved into my photo achieves and relooked at some of my wildlife images which I either ‘reprocessed’ thanks to newer and improved RAW software or rediscovered having missed their potential the first time around.  I’m continuing to find a few little gems, but now I’ve also looked at some of my landscapes.  There hasn’t been as many due to my not ‘rattling’ off frames in the same way I would with wildlife, instead usually just taking variations of view point or exposure but I have managed to put together some newly discovered images as well as some that I have reprocessed.

All the photographs were taken with the Canon 17-40L lens and mostly in combination with the Canon 5D camera.  I’ve found these two an ideal match when it comes to landscapes.

Mist

Early morning sunshine

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Autumn mist over the valley

Rainbow

After the rain

Fog

A foggy River Tyne

Rainbow

Fading rainbow, Kielder Lake, Northumberland

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Part of Hadrian's Walls natural defences in Northumberland looking North Eastward

Waterfall

High Force Waterfall, Teesdale

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Dusk on Lake Windermere, Lake District

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Low clouds near Ambleside, Lake District

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Viewpoint looking down towards Ambleside and Lake Windermere

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Autumn by Rydal Water, Lake District

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Looking across Ambleside – Black & White conversion

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