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Matt White
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The Bluebells of Spring
A few shots of Bluebell season this Springtime
The Bluebells of Spring
The Bluebells of Spring
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Canon 5d Mark3
I recently had the chance to upgrade from the aging Canon 5D Classic, to the much improved Canon 5D Mark 3. It is a colossal improvement upon its predecessor, and I took the opportunity to take it out to the Yorkshire Dales in order to stretch its' legs and...
Canon 5d Mark3
Canon 5d Mark3
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Birds
I have long been tasked with getting a shot of a pheasant for my fiancee. She has an unwavering adoration for these majestic birds, which I can appreciate to some extent, as the colour of their plumage is pretty special. I managed to bag a shot at the botto...
Birds
Birds
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Derwent Water
Usually when heading into Borrowdale from Keswick, I would make a bee-line for the landing jetty at Ashness. Descending from Catbells however provided me with the chance to explore the western side of Derwent Water. Littered with more jetties at Brandlehow,...
Derwent Water
Derwent Water
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Catbells
The most accessible walk in the Lakes, suitable for children and grandmothers, a wise man once wrote. The forecast was hideous, predicting a 100% chance of heavy rain. Mother Nature decided to mix things up a little though, and although the cloud was pretty...
Catbells
Catbells
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Aira Force
One of the great things about the Lake District, is that it holds a whole host of new waterfalls for me to explore. This is one of the most shot locations in the Lakes, but one that I hadn't visited before.
Aira Force
Aira Force
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Ullswater Murk
On my first of three trips over to the Lake District over Easter weekend, my first stop was Ullswater, for a quick long exposure (if there is such a thing). The light was particularly flat, which was a shame, as the water would have offered up some quite go...
Ullswater Murk
Ullswater Murk
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Sunrise at Willances Leap
Willances Leap is a well known viewpoint on the outskirts of Richmond. I had only been up there a couple of times previously, but decided it may be worth a look for sunrise. The sun rose a little too far north to make the composition work really well, but i...
Sunrise at Willances Leap
Sunrise at Willances Leap
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Oliver Duckett at Moonset
An early start recently took me to Oliver Duckett, a folly connected to Aske Hall on the outskirts of Richmond. I had intended shooting some star trails, but there was more cloud in the sky than was forecast. However, all was not lost, as there were a nice ...
Oliver Duckett at Moonset
Oliver Duckett at Moonset
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Pendragon Castle
With a bag full of wire wool, it was purely by chance that I stumbled across the derelict ruins of Pendragon Castle one night. It would have been rude not to!
Pendragon Castle
Pendragon Castle
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