Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Bloomin marvelous

For all you budding landscape photographers out there, it's that time of year again when the bluebells are rampant in our woodlands. It's well worth searching for a good patch near you and spending a little time to find an interesting angle to show them off. Personally, I like using a higher focal length because you really get a sense of the total coverage of their blanket and get a full blast of colour. The image below was taken in Knott Woods near Rothamsted Park, which is only open to the public for this month. While there is probably better light in the early morning, as long as you get some nice shafts of light to illuminate them, there is no reason why you cannot get a great image at midday.


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