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Add a frost to the sunrise... and it makes for the golden glow
as the sun was just coming up behind me near Hambledon Church in Surrey
Out for a walk with the macro lens at last light. Taken @ Surrey Wildlife Trusts Papercourt Meadows.
Canon 50D with 100mm 2.8 USM Macro.
Late in the day when I was passing a small nature area in Surrey B.C. I found quite interesting. Hope you enjoy it as well.
The temperature topped 23 degrees on Friday making it the hottest Halloween for 250 years or so apparently.
We went to Painshill Park (about 20 mins drive away) to celebrate autumn. Its an 18th century landscape garden created between 1738 and 1773.
The first appearance of a Royal Scot on the front of the Belmond British Pullman, and unless anyone knows otherwise almost certainly the first time a member of this class has worked over the Guildford - Redhill route. No. 46100 Royal Scot makes steady progress with its heavy Pullman train towards the summit of Gomshall Bank at Hackhurst Farm.
The Church view of the village inn & hotel
Its actually a street light not the sun!
Trying out the filters in Analogue pro. It does a pretty good job of a shift and tilt lens I think.
Taken using a flying camera.
My first attempt at a HDR panorama. 4 photos linked together of 5 shots each. Taken today at Painshill Park
Fullsize file 842MB !!!
My poor laptop, it took nearly 1 and a half hours to process!
I've finally ended my run of featureless skies! Had hoped for mist filling the valley floor, but with all the mist I've had this month I can't complain. So this shot wasn't what I had in mind at all, but a nice alternative.
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Winkworth in autumn just beautiful near Godalming amongst the surrey hills -- www.adamswaine.co.uk
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One of my favourite places. The Surrey Downs near Newlands Corner.
We revisited on a trip to England for Christmas. Years ago I grubbied my knees and climbed trees in these fields. This week my two daughters did the same.
First outing to test my new 16-35mm F4L IS!
Taken somewhere in the Surrey Hills, can't remember where.
Taken on Kodak Ektar film, 50mm OM
Thursley Common, Surrey at sunrise.
The 325 hectares of Thursley NNR holds extensive areas of open dry heathland, peat bogs, ponds, pine and deciduous woodlands, home to a thriving and varied amount of wildlife, much of which is rare and confined to heathlands.
Birds include Dartford Warblers, Stonechats, Long-tailed Tits, Goldcrests, Redstarts, Whitethroats and Wheatears.
Thursley is one of the best sites for dragonflies in the country.
Adders, Grass Snakes and Lizards can also be found.
Another shot on the way to work. Lovely pinks in the sky on this morning.
27th September 2015
Waiting at Redhill bus station for the 405 to West Croydon to get under way.