Wiltshire

The glorious carpet of bluebells at West Woods near Marlborough in Wiltshire bathed in late afternoon sunlight. It is interesting to see how film renders the colours of the flowers compared to digital. (Mamiya 645 Pro TL, Mamiya 645 150mm f3.5N lens and a circular polariser. Kodak Portra 160)
West Woods

West Woods

The glorious carpet of bluebells at West Woods near Marlborough in Wiltshire bathed in late afternoon sunlight. It is interesting to see how film renders the colours of the flowers compared to digital. (Mamiya 645 Pro TL, Mamiya 645 150mm f3.5N lens and a circular...

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Win Green Welding Glass
Win Green Welding Glass

Win Green Welding Glass

A long exposure image of Win Green Hill made using a £1.49 sheet of welding glass and given the infrared treatment in Adobe Lightroom. I have a couple of welding glass filters, both are considerably darker than the Lee ‘Big Stopper’ and both give a horrible green...

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West Woods near Marlborough in Wiltshire with its carpet of Bluebells in full bloom. Image made with a Canon EOS 6D camera, Mamiya 645 150mm f3.5N lens and a circular polariser.
West Woods

West Woods

West Woods near Marlborough in Wiltshire with its carpet of Bluebells in full bloom. Image made with a Canon EOS 6D camera, Mamiya 645 150mm f3.5N lens and a circular polariser.

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Beech trees reach for the sky at Win Green Hill in Wiltshire. This is the highest point on Cranborne Chase and is anywhere between 909 and 911 feet above sea level depending on which book or website you refer to!
Reach For The Sky

Reach For The Sky

Beech trees reach for the sky at Win Green Hill in Wiltshire. This is the highest point on Cranborne Chase and is anywhere between 909 and 911 feet above sea level depending on which book or website you refer to!

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Beech trees reach for the sky at Win Green Hill. The beech clump is on the summit of Win Green Hill, 911 feet above sea level and there are fabulous views as far as the Needles on the Isle of Wight 32 miles to the South-West and the Mendips to the North-West. I made this image lying flat on my back in the mud with the Nikon D800 and Nikkor 14-24mm f2.8 lens zoomed right out at 14mm while leading a Dorset Inland workshop. OK so this is just over the border into Wiltshire but most of the other locations were in Dorset!
On Win Green Hill

On Win Green Hill

Beech trees reach for the sky at Win Green Hill. The beech clump is on the summit of Win Green Hill, 911 feet above sea level and there are fabulous views as far as the Needles on the Isle of Wight 32 miles to the South-West and the Mendips to the North-West. I...

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View of the Fovant Regimental Badges. Mostly cut to commemorate the Regiments of British and Australian soldiers that were buried in the nearby church of St. George, the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry and The Wiltshire Regiment (Duke of Edinburgh’s) were added between 1948-51 and in 1970 The Royal Signals Badge was added.
Fovant

Fovant

View of the Fovant Regimental Badges. Mostly cut to commemorate the Regiments of British and Australian soldiers that were buried in the nearby church of St. George, the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry and The Wiltshire Regiment (Duke of Edinburgh’s) were added...

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