Shorne Country Park near Shorne in Kent. Camera: Canon EOS 70DLens: Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STMF/Number: f/7.1ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 18mmShutter Speed: 1/60 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC Posted as Part of Nancy Merrill's A Photo a Week Challenge: All About the Scenery.
For my Throwback Thursday image, this week I dived into the archives for an image photographed back in 2012. In February 2012 we had heavy snow... and by luck the roads were passable, so we headed to Shorne Country Park.
I know technically this isn't an actual flower, but leaves are part of the living cycle of a tree's life. This leaf was photographed at Shorne Country Park and entered into Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.
The challenge for this week is Winter. Everywhere seems to have had snow... except here in the South East, we got one night of it.. and then by the morning it was gone. So I have had to delve into the archives for this image. So my contribution to this challenge is a photograph taken … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 28 – Winter
Yesterday's Ragtag Daily Prompt was Blizzard. It is very rare we get snow here in the South East.. and when we do.. it makes winter's barren landscapes beautiful. This photograph was taken back in February 2012 when we had heavy snow overnight.
I am entering this photography into Nancy Merrill's A Photo a Week - From Below as I vividly remember freezing and looking up from below at the sun streaming through the trees, thinking 'My God why aren't you warmer?' As I stood there freezing, with purple lips and a red-face from the freezing cold … Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge – From Below
This morning, hubby decided to check when his car's MOT is and as he now gets the train to and fro work, his car has been sitting, on the drive. We knew the MOT was July sometime but the exact date... well we had no chance of remembering that. Anyway he wanted to give his … Continue reading A walk in the woods at Shorne
There is nothing like snow... and here in the South East of England we occasionally see the odd flurry but we never have what I would call real snowfall. Snowfall where places are blanketed from edge to edge with deep, white and crisp snow. The theme for this week's challenge is Silence. And silence to … Continue reading Silence WordPress Photo Challenge