Early morning photowalk
What a lovely photowalk despite the raw frost. Having met at 6am we had some great light and managed to get some great shots, including some bluebells (£5 please Tom!).
I have included a few shots below and am now planning another walk.
Shooting into the light and over exposing gives an ghostly feel.
Bluebells had started to appear and really stood out against the woodland backdrop
Lovely early morning light through the trees produced great images
Balancing the exposure to keep the detail in the beech trees
Wood stacks make great abstract subjects. Here I used a Lightroom Preset to give a toned B&W effect.
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