Not long left before the working routine retakes over our lives! I did manage to snatch a few hours on the Downs behind where we live this afternoon. Fortunately the sun was shining even if it was soggy under foot, unfortunately my futile fumbling’s with settings didn’t bode for many acceptable pictures, finding the balance it seems, is key! I did however get the shot below which I do like.
Winter Sun On Stubble Puddle
Focal Length: 48.0mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1250
White Balance: Cloudy
(Notes; No post production, cropped)
My only other decent shot on manual was this one:
Focal Length: 55.0mm
Shutter Speed: 1/320
White Balance: Direct Sunlight
(Notes; No post production, no crop)
There is a great system of Strip Lynchets in the area I was walking and I feel the need to post some pictures of these, the light was good and these were mostly shot in Landscape Mode or Aperture Priority Mode.
Ashwell and Aucombe Bottom
Mere Down Lynchets
Warminster Hollow With Views of St Michael’s and Castle Hill
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