A woodland landscape from the parkland surrounding Hatfield House.
A yellow filter effect has brought out the dappled light
and the contrast between deciduous and coniferous trees.
You may remember this lady,
photographed candidly on the streets of Cambridge.
This is the same shot I showed you before,
I love the stillness and serenity
and it seems to work well in monochrome.
Flowers are not the most obvious choice for a black and white treatment.
This rose was photographed, I think, at Anglesey Abbey.
I desaturated all the colours except the red,
which has left this subtle pinkish tinge on the petals.
Not quite B/W perhaps.
Another shot from the cemetery in Cambridge.
This was just a muddle in full colour, but
now it has just a little more structure in the overgrown chaos.
A touch of sepia tone
for a shot of ivy stems elbowing their way
up an old tree trunk.
Musicians who accompany the marvellously eccentric
Morris dancers known as
"Bunnies From Hell".
They are famous for wearing shocking pink.
They were doing their inimitable thing
at Thriplow Daffodil Day back in the spring.
A gloomy day at
Fenstanton Lakes bird reserve.
Maybe I should have been out
taking photos in this drab weather after all.