Throes Of Autumn
It's been almost a year since my last blog, a lot has happened in the past 12 months that we just couldn't have imagined except in some sort of sci fi movie.
Apart from Covid, I've had quite a lot to deal with personally over the past few months in terms of a bereavement in the family and all the stress's and strains that go along with that.
On a positive note, I've just recently retired which I'm hoping will give me more time to get out and do some photography, however I will be restricted to what I can do due to being diagnosed with Arthritis in both knees so won't be climbing any mountains.
My first outing this year was in October just after I had retired, I wanted to capture some of the Autumn Colour before it disappeared, the good thing is I don't need to wait till the weekend before I can get out now, if the weather is any way half decent during the week I can set off.
Nikon AFS 70-200 F/4 @ 72mm
ISO 64 1/8th Sec @ F/11
Lee Landscape Polariser