Autumn is well and truely here. The trees are turning lovely shades of red, yellow and brown. Yes, even brown looks good in the right light. Last weekend I went to Westonbirt Arboretum with a friend to photograph the autumn colours. This year we had better weather than last year, which meant the colours of …
What this photo doesn’t show is just how tiny this little guy was hiding amongst the moss on a tree branch in Westonbirt Arboretum. He was spotted by one of a group of friends I was with when we visited the arboretum back in the autumn. Wonder what type of fungi this is.
Another long exposure picture from my trip to Liverpool a few months ago. This lighthouse is called Perch Rock and is located at the mouth of the river Mersey. This photo was taken on a very windy day but at least the sun was starting to shine through the clouds.
Now that autumn is among us, myself and a few others decided to head to a local-ish arboretum in an attempt to capture the autumn colours. We headed off to Westonbirt Arboretum in Gloucestershire, which has many acres of different trees producing a dazzling display of the many shades from green to orange to red.