Tag Archives: Panning with a camera

Poplars

Earlier this week I discovered a Stand of Poplars (I think) that I hadn’t previously noticed. They were arranged precisely in rows and to get reasonably near them required me to trespass into a field – nothing growing and nothing … Continue reading

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Water Meadows

There has been no let-up in the succession of storms, driven by a powerful Jet Stream, that have been devastating the UK for well over six weeks now. This is the wettest winter for 250 years and it has devastated … Continue reading

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Bluebells 2013

Finally, in honour of the Whitsun Bank Holiday weekend, the sun obliged by shining and in the space of a day we visited four Bluebell woods. A fifth wood (first image below) had been visited a few days earlier when … Continue reading

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Plantation Panning

Today’s images are something completely different for me. The product of 40 minutes work and 204 images in a tree plantation, experimenting with slow exposures to create blurred images of the trees. I’ve seen some similar work like this by … Continue reading

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