Sunday 5th of February 2017

As mentioned in the previous two posts, the atmosphere has been conspiring against me. New camera, no good light for taking pictures. Well! Today that all changed, as finally the sun came out at the same time I had the opportunity to actually go out and make the most of it! Hurrah!

Carlton Marshes is a nature reserve I’ve been to before, but until now have never managed to really make any pictures there worth showing to anyone. It’s a really nice place, albeit very muddy at this time of year. It also really highlights just how flat this part of England is.

X-T2, 14/2.8, 35/1.4 and 60/2.4

birds on a ruined building

chiaroscuro fallen tree

lichen-encrusted old tree

corner of a drainage channel

curved marsh grass stalks

swirly algae patterns drainage channel

public footpath sign

drainage channel and fields

marsh grass next to footpath

depth gauge

dramatic clouds

two bare trees