My son is currently obsessed with Thomas The Tank Engine so today despite the weather we decided to take the train to Bristol and stroll along to the M Shed.
Bath stone looks fantastic in the autumn sunshine and with my elbow well on the way to recovery I couldn't resist picking up my DSLR again. For my first outing I probably should have chosen a small light lens but these were all taken with my 70-200 f/2.8 which is the heaviest lens in my bag...
Typing this with my left hand is tricky, editing pictures with my left hand is trickier and thanks to all the controls being on the right, using a DSLR with my left hand is pretty much impossible. Which is why as a right handed photographer this 'self portrait' of my right arm is not great news!
During a recent trip visiting family I volunteered my service to capture the inaugural Past It Masters Cup played at the beautiful Warwickshire golf course in, you guested it, Warwickshire.
The eclipse took place this morning over a misty Bath, the perfect chance to play with my 50mm prime lens, the latest edition to my bag. Usually you would reach for a long zoom lens and filters to take detailed shots of the halo around the moon but with a 50mm I was looking to take some arty shots with some context.