By rob on 21/09/2020
Tarn Hows & Tom Gill Falls What started out as a chilly overcast day, ended up blue skies & red hot by early afternoon. Starting from the main car park at Tarn Hows, we headed down through Harry Field Wood to climb back up the other side of the stream to Tom Gill Falls before […]
Posted in Photography | Tagged Canon 6D Mark II, Tarn Hows, The Lake District, Tom Gill Falls, walking |
By rob on 20/09/2020
Ambleside & Loughrigg Fell The first day of our 2 week Lakes escape had us walking from our apartment in Ambleside to Loughrigg Fell and back, via Todd Crag & Lily Tarn.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Ambleside, Canon 6D Mark II, dragonflies, Galava Roman Fort, Lily Tarn, Loughrigg Fell, The Lake District, Todd Crag, walking |
By rob on 01/07/2020
Garden Wildlife Another lockdown-influenced set of photographs, this time taken while having a beer in the back garden on a sunny, blue skies day. Almost forgetting about the highly contagious virus plaguing the globe.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Canon 6D Mark II, flowers, garden, summer, wildlife |
By rob on 20/06/2020
Textures in Nature During lockdown, as the weather picked up, daily walks & spending time in the garden became the norm (usually forfeit while at work). With a keen eye & a camera at the ready, the “Textures in Nature” project came to fruition…
Posted in Photography | Tagged Canon 6D Mark II, flowers, garden, nature, summer, Textures, walking, wildlife |
By rob on 02/01/2020
Brereton Heath Walk As festivities drew to an end, and with the inevitable thoughts of healthier lifestyles taking centre stage once again, we headed home via Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve to kick start 2020 with a short walk surrounded by trees coated in vibrantly coloured moss!
Posted in Photography | Tagged Brereton, Brereton Heath, Brereton Mere, Canon 6D Mark II, Congleton, Nature Reserve, trees, walking, wildlife, Winter |
By rob on 01/12/2019
A Frosty December Walk Around Dunham Massey With frost on the ground and the chance of spotting some deer, a Winter walk around the grounds at Dunham Massey was on the cards.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Canon 6D Mark II, Deer, Dunham Massey, National Trust, walking, wildlife, Winter |
By rob on 16/10/2019
Walking Tour of Herculaneum A walking tour of the archeological site of Herculaneum was on today’s agenda. Closer to Mount Vesuvius than Pompeii, Herculaneum was perfectly preserved under ~15 metres of volcanic mud.
Posted in Photography | Tagged 79AD, Canon 6D Mark II, Herculaneum, Italy, Mount Vesuvius, Vesuvio |
By rob on 15/10/2019
Bus Tour to Positano From Amalfi we caught the coastal tour bus to Positano. Dropped off on the side of the main road, we were left to make our own way down through the town.
Posted in Photography | Tagged Amalfi Coast, Canon 6D Mark II, Italy, Positano |
By rob on 15/10/2019
Bus Tour to Amalfi Taking the public coastal tour bus with audio guide, we bypassed Positano and headed all the way to Amalfi first to get the majority of the travel out of the way!
Posted in Photography | Tagged Amalfi, Amalfi Coast, Canon 6D Mark II, Italy |
By rob on 13/10/2019
Hiking to the top of Vesuvio To be fair, we were driven to the car park closest to the peak, after which we hiked the rest of the ~800 metres to the summit of Vesuvio…
Posted in Photography | Tagged 79AD, Canon 6D Mark II, Italy, Mount Vesuvius, Vesuvio, volcano |
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