Friday, 28 September 2018

Part of Sandringham Sculpture Trail

Whilst on our walk around Sandringham Estate we stumbled on the Sculpture Trail, in fact we wanted somewhere to keep out of the rain and the trees looked a good bet. There are a number of wooden sculptures. We only saw a few. Need to go back (in the dry) and see them all.


https://sandringhamcafe.co.uk/sculpture-trail-quiz-2/














Wednesday, 26 September 2018

St. Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham

Campervan Long Weekend at Camping and Caravan Site in Sandringham. Magical Place.Off for a walk to the Sandringham St. Mary Magdalene Church. This is the Queens Church. This is the second time we have visited this church. A really beautiful little church.Well worth a visit.


















Tuesday, 25 September 2018

Just A Fence, an exercise in detail exploration

You may well think Sue and I need to 'get out more' when I say that one of the most enjoyable parts of our recent weekend trip away in the camper van to Sandringham was on the walk back from Sandringham Church (there will be a blog on this soon). It was a wettish / dull light afternoon and we walked past this lovely iron and brick fence. Sue and I must have spent about an hour exploring the detail on this fence. Looking at textures, shapes and tones. Most enjoyable.

I had deliberately traveled out with just the new lens on my camera (Canon 100-400mm mkii) and  I had been playing in the woods with shooting wide open (f/4-F5.6), at the 400mm end of the zoom and at its closest focus distance. Hence a very narrow depth of focus.






















Light Painting at the Cambridge Camera Club Wednesday Workshop

Last Wednesday we spent the evening Light Painting at the Wednesday Workshop. Paul and Charles again put great effort into making this annua...