I’ve been really very busy these past few days. Yesterday I downloaded iOS13 to my phone and then today I upgraded my phone to the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
I’m so excited to be able to take ultrawide and low light photos.
I’ll be posting some examples over the next few weeks.
For the time being here is a photo of a beautiful tree in the National Trust’s Clumber Park (Google Maps Link) near Worksop, UK.
Sony RX100VI, ISO 160, 129mm f / 6.3, 1/250 sec
Back to Wisley today. What an inspiration it has been. This photo was taken from an exhibit of the Bonzai exhibition.
I thought it was an interesting study in greens.
Sony RX100M6, ISO 125, 10.38mm, f /3.2, 1/80sec
Here is a bonus Bonzai
I’ve noticed recently that many of our hedgerows are left to wildflowers and not mowed and cut back. I approve.
There was an amazing wildflower meadow at RHS Wisley and I enjoyed getting down to its level to take a few photos.
Here is one 🙂
Wisley Gardens, Woking, UK, iPhone XS Max 20.6.2019
I’m rather gadget orientated so naturally I’ve installed some solar lights in the garden.
I’m quite fond of them, and of my garden.
I love the way this photo has turned out. What do you think?
The lovely form of the tree branches, transformed and embellished in Black and White.
Wisely Gardens, Woking, UK, Sony RX100 MK VI, ISO 640, 19.84mm, f /4.0 1/60 sec 20.6.2019
It was great to be exploring the Lake District a short while ago. I posted some pics of Aira Force Waterfall and here is another gentler photograph of the upper falls.
Aira Force – iPhone XS Max 15.8.2019
For a change from close-ups of RHS Wisley let me present you with this photo taken the day before yesterday during a walk around the lake at Renishaw House and Gardens.
iPhone XS Max 25.8.2019