Copper toned monochrome image of Brandlehow Bay on Derwent Water.
Faint crepuscular rays veil Ashness Bridge and Bleaberry Fell beyond.
Cumbria, October 2013
Black and White Photography Lake District Landscape Photography Sony RX1R
Thanks Stephen. Taken in a hurry, believe it or not, while I was at work this morning!
Sounds like a project – ‘images I’ve taken at work’…. mind you when you publish the book, your boss might just wonder what he’s been paying you for for all these years?! 🙂
Ha!, I’m self employed so I don’t need to worry about what the boss thinks! Good idea for a project though….
Beautiful landscape. John,
Thanks Mike. Much appreciated
Beautiful in bnw
Thank you. There wasn’t much colour in the scene and it was an obvious choice to convert to monochrome.
John, you do so well finding leading lines. Good photo.
Thanks John. I must have walked past this place a hundred times and never thought of photographing it but yesterday the light and the lines just seemed to be perfect. It was raining though and I was a little worried about getting the camera out!
I suspect where you live you’ll need to overcome that concern to some degree:-). Have you looked at the new Sony full frames that are getting all the attention?
True, it does rain a lot around here. Maybe I should have bought a waterproof camera! Since buying the RX1R I haven’t even thought of looking at new camera’s – my bank account needs time to recover!
Great sense of peace and tranquility. Nice one John.
Thanks Jim. Rainy days in Autumn do have a certain sense of tranquillity.
Terrific image John and the toning works a treat. I have noticed you shot this with Sony RX1R…Interesting!!
Hi. Thanks for taking the time to comment. If you look back through my recent posts you’ll see they were all shot with the little Sony. It’s the only digital camera I own!
Sorry about that John I should have looked more at your work which I shall be doing in the future. Hope you
have an enjoyable evening.
No worries. I just mentioned it in case you were interested in more images for the Sony. Have a good evening.
Thanks James. Much appreciated
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