I can never get enough of the Lake District, or the English countryside in general. My photography is always at its best when I’m surrounded by nature… Read more “Weekly Pics: 13th – 19th November”
With Summer at it’s end and the promise of shorter, colder days just around the corner, I thought I’d collect some of the photographs taken over the… Read more “Weekly Pics: 18th – 24th September”
Even after three weeks of living here I’m still being surprised by what there is to discover in this beautiful part of the country. I went out again with my camera at the weekend to investigate one of the routes I’d yet to explore and was floored by some of the sights I found.
Since my last photography post, I’ve moved to the beautiful county of Cambridgeshire and I’ve absolutely fallen in love with the area. There’s so many great places to go for a walk and plenty of opportunities to get some amazing snaps.
I can safely say that I didn’t plan on uploading another Weekly Pics post this month, but after a couple of flowers caught my eye while out for a walk I couldn’t resist it. Before long I’d found plenty of things to snap and was excited to be able to show off some more of my photography.
With the weather being so great recently, I couldn’t stop myself from picking up my camera and going for a walk to see what shots I could snap. Even though the flowers aren’t all in full bloom yet, there’s certainly a lot of life in the local nature.
I’m back again with some more photos from my trip to the Lake District that I couldn’t fit in last week. I’ve probably said this a thousand times already but I never grow tired of this place, or any countryside in general. It’s just so beautiful!
As I promised last month, I’m back with another week of photos fresh from my recent visit to the Lake District. Despite my trip only being brief, I was never far from my camera and snapped more than enough photos to share with all of you.
After a couple weeks of looking back through my back-catalogue I’ve finally got some fresh new photos to show you guys. Taken over the course of a few days, the photos in this week’s instalment see me trying to utilise the remnants of summer before the cold seeps in and the plant life starts to wilt.