Christmas Eve and the Chapel was too full …. so a unexpected chance to watch for Father Christmas as he made his way to Anglesey in North Wales, I am sure there were a few lucky folks with new Christmas camera’s waiting to get out and photograph on Christmas Day.
Winter is a great opportunity for some night photography and if lucky a view of the night stars. Weather was looking clear so headed out to visit one of Lancashire’s Panoptican, the Singing Ringing Tree in Burnley.
Winter is a great time for star watching, braved the cold complete with woolly hat and gloves and camera waiting for the last light of sunset to fade waiting for the stars to come…..
Astrophotography for those living in Manchester/Lancashire/West Yorkshire is only for the determined…..I will alway be at the admire zone (fine by me)
If you are determined then you are not alone…..I would like you to visit http://www.deep-sky.co.uk David Ratledge’s website I was lucky enough to be able to see a lecture by David and I was amazed at his skill and his humour
first snow of the Season in Gisburn Lancashire, I loved how the snow was being captured by the bark of the tree.
Whilst walking in Chesham woods this morning I came across little Miss Red Riding Hood enjoying the snow.
Snowfall at Chesham Woods in Bury
One of Carlisle’s most beautiful church built with the local red sandstone, the sunset really enhanced the shadows and the frost made it simply just really cold.
The local lido or duck pond in Clarence Park Bury Lancashire, reflecting a beautiful foggy winter sunset.