Penllergare Forest Walk (With The Viltrox 56mm)

Another week, and again I visit a forest. Today we were lucky as when we arrived there was a bit of autumn mist, which gave us something a bit different to photograph! I didn’t take too many photographs as I really just enjoyed the walking and talking today! All images taken with the Fujifilm X-T3Continue reading “Penllergare Forest Walk (With The Viltrox 56mm)”

A Long Overdue Portrait Shoot

For many years I’ve been planning on having a selfie-portrait shoot. Today I had a spare 90 minutes, so gathered up all my gear (camera, black backdrop, flash etc) and proceeded to take photos of myself, for myself. A learning curve if you will, to find myself and to find a part of my photographyContinue reading “A Long Overdue Portrait Shoot”

A Climb To The Top Of Drummau Mountain

To say this was one of the best days I’ve had, and how proud I was of those who took part is an understatement. Drummau Mountain is a 892 foot mountain at the heart of Neath, and is surrounded by beautiful forest. We walked from the very bottom, along the winding roads up to anContinue reading “A Climb To The Top Of Drummau Mountain”

Autumn Park Walk With A Telephoto Lens

Autumn is supposed to be ending soon, but it has not quite reached it’s full potential yet. I took a walk up Margam Park and seen some deer, squirrels, trees, alpacas, waterfalls and more. It was a great few hours, walking 12,000 steps in the fresh air in typical autumnal weather, just enjoying the factContinue reading “Autumn Park Walk With A Telephoto Lens”

An Autumn Visit To Craig Gwladys Country Park

Autumn is a wonderful time for photography. The colours, the textures, the mushrooms, the leaves and the light all come together to give us a chance to take photos of natures beauty. Craig Gwladys was the place I visited last week and found the red mushrooms, how things changed over the course of five days,Continue reading “An Autumn Visit To Craig Gwladys Country Park”