Joy and I did a great walk around the south-eastern end of the Clwydian range in north Wales, the physical and metaphorical high point being the summit of Moel Gyw. The approximate route can be found at www.plotaroute.com/route/335828
I was fortunate to have some good light from the low winter sun. Combined with some very shapely hills and tremendous views it made for good monochrome photographs.
In 2017 I’m intending to spend a lot more time in Wales and I think this walk will have to be done again. It has great potential for sunset photography.
With plenty of free time over Christmas I’ve been looking over old shoots that I haven’t fully processed. I found some from a session I did about two years ago, in our old home in Todmorden, West Yorkshire. Continue reading
In response to WordPress Daily Photo challenge Path
Joy and I went out for the traditional christmas day amble in the fields and lanes near where we live in Cheshire.
The digital photo processing software that I started photography with and used for thirteen years has finally succumbed to the inevitable and reached end of life. Picture Window Pro from Digital Light and Color is now no longer for sale and no new versions will be released. Continue reading