1. I see you.

     
  2. Feeling stressed, so I went for a walk in Sherwood Forest. Feel better for it.

     
  3. I haven’t been out with my camera much. There’s a mountain of things I need to do I haven’t been able to force myself to do, including photography. Hopefully I can start breaking out of this slump soon before shit gets REALLY serious.

     
  4. Stuck at home again.

     
  5. Bought this rock purely because I wanted to take photos of it, then shoved it in a drawer and forgot about it for months.

     
  6. Bad weather so I experimented with a couple of table lamps and a mannequin in lieu of an actual studio set-up and model.

     
  7. I like the colours in this one.

     
  8. Weird looking lichen.

    Wound up focus-stacking two images together to get this shot because I’ve been looking for an excuse to use it. Turned out pretty nice. I wish I’d had my macro filters with me, though.

     

  9. biotas-are-nifty asked: when was the last time you felt homesick? Where is the furthest you've been from home?

    Interesting question!¬† I think the last time I felt homesick was about five years ago. I was on an ill-advised budget holiday to Spain solo and I hated it. I was bored, lonely and I couldn’t wait to get back.

    Furthest I’ve ever been from home is Kenya. I’ve been there twice on military training exercises, which meant I didn’t actually get chance to do much sight seeing. Ah well, it was still cool!

     
  10. Yes, more fog.

     
  11. Another foggy morning cliché shot.

     
  12. I try not to take photos of the same thing twice but I’m using a different lens, a different filter and different weather conditions so what the hell.

     
  13. The foreground is darker than I wanted but brightening it loses the gorgeous colours of the sky and I couldn’t accept that.

     
  14. Morning fog

     
  15. More lightpainting, this time at Portland Parks. I can see a lot of mistakes but I’m still pretty happy with how it turned out.