I can’t believe it’s Friday already; the week has absolutely flown by. Monday, I launched my latest book and gave a presentation at Macclesfield Camera Club. It only seems like yesterday.
This time last week I had just given a presentation at York Photographic Society and decided to take a trip to Harrogate. I actually parked out at Harlow Carr (the RHS gardens) and decided to walk into town. On the return journey, I was walking through the woods and noticed a few really nice tree scenes.
This one in particular caught my eye due to the colour of the pines. I had the Fuji X-T2 and 18-135 lens with me and so took a couple of frames, focussing on the central pine and using a relatively wide aperture.
I hope you have a great weekend. I’m off for a walk in the ground of Chatsworth House tomorrow for a little R&R.
4 thoughts on “Friday Image No.152”
Lovely photo, Robin. I’ve walked through these woods a few times when visiting Harrogate, but never noticed the colour of the tree trunks! Well spotted!
Thank you. I think I was luck with the light. It was quite overcast in the afternoon. Even without being in the shade the light was cool which has created this effect.
Thanks, Robin, a very lovely photo. This February, I will be bringing my X-T2 to England’s Lake District for a landscape photography workshop. I’m looking forward, among other things, to capturing some images of your country’s beautiful trees. Cheers, Bob
Thanks Bob. Do you know the Lake District well and which areas are you planning on visiting? If you need any suggestions I’m happy to share some. Hope you have a great trip and the X-T2 will be perfect.