I love a good mountain. I particularly enjoy to view the Alps from all angles. This an angle that I had not observed the Alps from. Until today.
Very good views. Best mountains yet!
The weather took a turn for the worse in the afternoon, but as we were on a coach it didn’t matter too much. Quite happy with these shots, especially considering they were taken in a moving vehicle.
After a long drive we arrived on Arran. The ferry crossing was smooth, but it was really misty/foggy and raining.
Today is the first day of holiday part II – Wales. We are in Anglesey for the week.
After getting home last night (After a 4 and a half hour drive from the airport) I chucked the washing in the washing machine and we set out this afternoon on the 3 and a half hour drive to Wales.
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Derwent Reservoir, Derbyshire
For the next year, Project 52 (a photo a week) will be about the Changing Seasons.
After working out when a week should start for this project I’ve decided on Sunday, as there are 52 Sunday’s in the year.
In order to meet the ground running on this I’ve been stalking the BBC weather app for today’s weather forecast all week; and it hasn’t looked good all week. We decided to go out anyway this morning, so we kitted up with my water proof camera cover and out we went.
We didn’t stop long as it was really raining, but I was surprised how busy it was as we struggled to get parked around Ladybower. The original plan had to go somewhere more barren but that normally means heather and I didn’t fancy getting soaked up to my knees.
Where possible I’m going to get out and shoot a landscape at least once a month, and hopefully each time will be a different location. These things are easier said than done though!