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”
We took a short break to Budapest, as it is a city I have wanted to visit for a very long time. Obviously, my camera came with me.
“The leaves are rapidly falling…”
“…a few images of the very friendly deer at Nottingham’s Wollaton Hall”
At the end of September I started a Masters course in Biological Photography and Imaging.
“…with macro and plant photography I can just step outside into my garden and shoot some flowers with a cheap 50mm lens and produce personally satisfying and fulfilling images.”
“I found a new hide yesterday. Great little find nearby, with so many species frequenting the feeders…”
As part of my Advanced Method Zoology module, we undertook some imaging coursework. This involved photomacrography, photomicrography and Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) work.
I took the new (second-hand) lens out into the garden to try to capture a closer shot of the moon…