Instagram. We’ve all been there. Some are still there. I have been on instagram for a few years now and I chased the likes for most of that time. I learnt to work the algorithms (when that was a thing) – posting at specific times of day, using specific hashtags, tagging specific accounts, following moreContinue reading “The Disingenuous Nature of Instagram”
Author Archives: Clare L
Scotland – Summer 2020
Despite buying my house in Scotland in March right before lockdown, I hadn’t been able to visit it and move my worldly possessions in until July of this year. This involved a flight from Italy (once flights were back up and running), driving from London to stay with my family in Derbyshire and rest, thenContinue reading “Scotland – Summer 2020”
Rocca Calascio Pt. Due
After visiting this magical place the first time (see previous post) and finding I needed to revise my camera settings and pay more attention to the time of day I was shooting and the direction in which I was shooting the castle, we took a second trip into the mountains for a planned second shoot.Continue reading “Rocca Calascio Pt. Due”
Rocca Calascio: May 2020
In the first week of phase 2 of lockdown in Italy, I headed out to try and find a castle. This is the place I found. I will definitely be heading back. What a magical place!
Teramo – Fase 2: May 2020
I headed into Teramo for the second day of phase 2 of lockdown in Italy to do some banking and see what was up. Some slow shutter speed to blur faces and get a sense of movement on the street seemed a good option.
30 Days Wild: June 2020
My wildlife photography for the hashtag #30DaysWild for June. Days 1 – 8, June 2020.
Italia: February 2020
A lot has happened since I last posted here. I have moved to Italy to live part-time, as planned. Unfortunately, a global pandemic happened so photographic opportunities for landscape images have been somewhat limited. Happily this is not the case for wildlife and nature photography on my doorstep daily in Italy, and I have moreContinue reading “Italia: February 2020”
A morning misty hike up to the Roaches in Staffordshire, on the edge of the Peak District National Park, was just what was needed for Dan and I. I took my camera because… I take it everywhere, pretty much. The light wasn’t great as the mists were heavy and fairly low, and the clouds wereContinue reading “The Roaches”
For now, while the rain pours in the UK, I will continue to re-visit old wildlife images and re-edit to produce something different to the original edits. Birds seem to be especially good for this task!
Snowdon: September 2019
Last time I hiked up Snowdon (I say hiked, we took the Miner’s Track, which is fairly easy-going for the most part) the mountain decided to mess with me. It was a lovely sunny day when we set off, and yet in the space of three hours it rained, hailed, and eventually snowed on me.Continue reading “Snowdon: September 2019”