So, since I'm caught up on all my latest photo and video editing, I thought I'd revisit some older albums and check what images I had there remaining unedited.
So, here's a Meadow Brown butterfly from the last time the sun was out about 2 months ago! This little beauty was photographed in the Wyre Forest, a place where I seem to be spending a lot of time these days.
A image from today at Colemere country park. Over a short period of time so much has changed here new compositions come to light while old ones disappear. I composed this image with two things in mind,
1 The tree standing all alone with autumn colours still blooming while everything else around it has lost its leaves.
2 I know you should always check the edges of your frame to check there's nothing distracting creeping in but in this case I left the branches from the trees either side reaching in for the tree still in leaf as if they are going to pull all the leaves off it as it is the only one left.
The tufted duck is a resident here in the UK and is one of my fave ducks, mainly just because I think they're really cute. Maybe it's the bed-head look?
I visited @wwtslimbridge for the first time this weekend and loved it. I've got so many waterfowl photos lined up (even some species I hadn't seen before, win) but I'll try not to spam insta all at once, so keep an eye out for them over the next few weeks.
Evening folks, hope you’ve had a nice Sunday! This is a landscape version of my #thelakelanders post from yesterday. Taken from the side of Orrest Head during a much needed breath of fresh air, a little spot of light lit up these wonderful autumnal firs. The snow capped fells in the back are the Coniston range.