I took a drive out to Horsey Windpump this morning in the hope of finding some fog and frost as I thought this would add to a nice sunrise shot. On my arrival I was bit disappointed to see there was no fog anywhere to be seen and hardly any frost on the ground as predicted by the BBC Weather, THANKS BBC!
I had an eventful trip out to Turf Fen Windmill tonight in the hope I would get some reflective shots of the mill in the river. On my last visit, I forgot to take my wide angle lens and missed out on some fantastic reflections of the mill in the water, this time I did not forget it.
Breydon Water is one of my favourite spots to visit throughout the year. It never disappoints with great views, lots of wildlife and amazing sunsets, there is always something to photograph (even the rubbish people dump – if you’re into that kind of photography).
What I thought was going to a clear evening at Thurne turned out to be a partially cloudy evening instead. As the sun started to set the low level clouds started to get darker and with the rays of sunlight shining through all added to make the scene look very dramatic.
After my visit to Ashtree Farm Drainage Mill in April, I thought I would revisit the mill again to get some shots of it at sunset. After wading through the long grass at Paddys Loke, I managed to get to a good vantage point of the mill.