Today, I popped in Attenborogh Nature Reserve, south of Nottingham. Not really good point to shoot this time. In fact, my sunglasses were not with me and I could not concentrate to take many photos in such a bright sunlight. So I took this photo quickly and came back.
If you want to know about that nature reserve, please visit here.
Camera Sony A330
Exposure time 1/125 sec
Focal length 18mm
Graded ND filter ND 4 + ND 2
It was in the late evening. I was on my own in the park. I found this log along the foot path. This is the end of a big tree. I am sure it used to be a house of hundreds of wild birds. It used to be a shadow tree. Now it is just a log. What would be the next?
Photo: ND 0.2 and 0.4 , Circular polarizer filters
This is in the Colwick country park of Nottingham city. It is a large and diverse area of water, woodland and meadows providing a perfect backdrop for a variety of wildlife and recreational activities, such as BBQ, fishing, running….
Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery.
It was in Dorset’s blue pool ( 18/07/2009). Forest around the pool is inhabited by grey squirrels, rabbits, badgers, numerous rare birds, the green Sand Lizard and the smooth snake , dragon flies and the Sika deer.
Yes, as its name, the water color of the pool is blue. Apparently, it changes from one color to another depending on weather.
Set north of the Purbeck Hills between Wareham and Corfe Castle off the A351.
The Blue Pool at Furzebrook constantly varies in colour. Very fine clay in suspension in the water diffacting light in different ways producing a spectrum of colour sometimes green sometimes turquoise.
Set in a deep clay bowl steps lead down to the waters edge or up to views of the Purbeck Hills, The Pool is surrounded by 25 acres of heath woodland and gorse interlaced with sandy paths that seem to take you to another world. More
Wales is the nation with loads of natural beauty, amazing wild life, unspolied areas of river sides and seasonal flowers all along the roads. This is the photo of River Usk in south Wales. You can see some haze. Yes, it was drizzling when I was there.
It starts from the Carmarthen Fans mountains of mid-Wales, flowing south-east through Brecon, Abergavenny, Usk and Newport and ending at the Severn estuary at Uskmouth.