Sunday, 8 November 2020

Rusland Gap

I'm enjoying trying to take these more intimate landscapes rather than the wider epic Lake District views.
This was on taken during a misty morning Rusland Valley walk.

Olympus EM1 MKII with 12-100mm Pro lens, F6.3, 1/25th sec, ISO200, handheld @ 41mm

2 comments:

  1. The purpose of the visit was to have a look round the woodland, check the boundaries and generally explore the woodlands. A few escaped sheep were spotted and their access point found, a large gap in the wall on a boundary adjacent to a pasture, a first job for a walling work party! I hope to be involved in in the future, it is a woodland which will Dissertation Writing Services vastly change with each season making it worthy of a visit for each.

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