I’ve been on quite a few photo workshops with Nick Jenkins – I think my photography is improving, but can I be sure it’s down to his tuition??? One of the regular problems I have when I start a workshop is “getting in the zone”. The leader takes you to a place and says, “there’s this, and there’s that”, or “you could try this” – but I just can’t see anything! So it was at Millerground on the shore of Lake Windermere. This was the only shot I thought worth keeping, and I don’t think it’ll reach “Eighteen moments …” my photo book of the years’ shooting!
[EXIF: 1/80sec @ f/8; ISO 400; Sony ILCE-7R; Sony FE 24-105 F4 G OSS @ 82mm]
On the way from the Ribble Valley to Windermere I drove over a road I’d never been on before that took me past the Dent Viaduct (which is on the Settle to Carlisle railway line), not as impressive probably as the Ribblehead viaduct, but still an amazing sight in such a desolate landscape.
[EXIF: 1/125sec @ f/8; ISO 200; Sony ILCE-7R; Sony FE 24-105 F4 G OSS @ 42mm]