Ewyas Harold Common   10 comments

A few photos from early December last year of our local common. Just a short stroll between the increasingly wet weather and another chance to play with my camera, trying out a few things. A few words about the place from a previous visit back in 2011.

Ewyas Harold Common

Ewyas Harold Common

Ewyas Harold Common

Ewyas Harold Common

Ewyas Harold Common

Ewyas Harold Common

Ewyas Harold Common

Ewyas Harold Common

Ewyas Harold Common

In the warmer climes of summer we often sit under here this group of trees for a picnic, especially for TJFs birthday. It’s a far, far cry from that at the moment. The common is pretty much a no go area with every path and footstep a complete muddy quagmire and almost completely unwalkable. We need to look for alternatives for short family outings until the place dries out, 2015 perhaps…..

Ewyas Harold Common

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Posted February 17, 2014 by surfnslide in Local Walks, Uncategorized, Walking

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  1. Nice closeups! My wife and I are currently taking a photography class and learning some of the techniques of having the subject matter clear and in focus and the background blurred and solid so as not to distract from the subject matter. Always fun to experiment with the camera and learn new techniques.

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  2. Despite it being the middle of winter, you’ve still managed to capture plenty of colour and life…and not too much of the mud.

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  3. Amazing photos there!

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  4. Looks amazing.

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  5. Nice photos, which post processing programme are you currently using Andy? If you have a Mac I can recommend Aperture, it will really draw out the highlights of the sky.

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    backpackingbongos
    • I haven’t got around to any post image processing yet even though I take everything in RAW. I’ve been looking at Adobe Lightroom as a cheaper easier to use option than Photoshop. I really to start playing with the RAW images if I can find the time

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