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I really do enjoy the architecture and historical feel of old churches and Im lucky enough to have this particular beauty pretty much on my doorstep, had my2nd visit on Sunday and I'll definitely be back for more.
Bluebells, Dockey Wood, Ashridge, Hertfordshire, 28 Apr 2017
Spring scene, taken between Stapleford and Waterford in Hertfordshire
This is an image made up of 30 individual frames taken at 17mm - I took 2 panoramas of 15 portrait orientated photographs each and then stitched them together, one on top of the other.
The oilseed rape is coming into flower, and there are lots of heavy showers about.
These cottages are in a small village just down the road from where I live.
Went for a cycle today through the lovely sunny Herts countryside, this was taken at Stanborough Lakes
Apologies for another but had a such great time shooting with a 10-24mm at the 10mm end! Gives a new perspective on things!
Was a stunning Sunday morning, went for a cycle, with the camera of course, another trip that reminded me of how lucky i am living where i do :-)
Went for a lovely walk around the Ayots, Herts, today. These were taken in St Lawrence, near Shaws Corner and The Brocket Arms.
Taken on a warm Summer day in Sandridge
Redolent of the Broads, Stockers Lake nature reserve, a long disused gravel pit at Rickmansworth, Herts.
Although of a much older style, and constructed largely of knapped flint, St. Andrew's Church in Stanstead Abbotts dates from the late Victorian era.