Taken whilst visiting Lyveden New Bield. The title is misleading as the house was never actually finished so it isn't strictly a ruin. I liked the way the windows framed the countryside. This incidentally is the only raised section of the house you can get to has it has no floors.
Capturing the quintessential English countryside
This was my first outing with the Bronica ETRS and I learnt a thing or two today! It certainly made me think about my composition and made me slow down. The reverse image in the viewfinder takes a bit of getting used to as well as learning the controls for the manual process. I know … Continue reading Lyveden New Bield
Heather in full bloom on Dunwich Heath in Suffolk. Wonderful sight!
Tranquil moment at Anglesey Abbey captured with the Pen f and my new 17mm lens. I like the wide angle that's possible with this lens.
Dazzling colours from this vibrant Dahlia basking in the sun at Anglesey Abbey. Shot with the Pen f and 45mm lens. This tiny lens always amazes me. It's incredibly small and takes sharp photos with great bokeh.
But they're not... I don't know what they are but certain parts of the grounds of Anglesey Abbey were littered with these tiny stalks with berries on top. I was testing the 17mm Olympus for this shot and like the sharpness of the plants against the bokeh in the background at f/2.
Surprising myself with a photo I didn't plan to take.