Jen and I enjoyed a wonderful shoot on Chatley Heath yesterday. For a short while, the sun burned through the early mist to cast its rays across the landscape. Chatley Heath is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest and it is managed as a nature reserve by Surrey Wildlife Trust, a favourite charity of mine.
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Love the first one! 🙂
It is so difficult to capture the lovely soft winter light that your eye can see. Photographs often come out dull but these look like winter as your eye sees it.
Thanks! I am happy with the top one but feel I haven’t quite got it quite right with the second yet. I will keep trying!
these are really beautiful… I have been trying to photograph woods for many years and they are incredibly difficult to get right, but these are beautiful…you have certainly got these spot on…lovely
I love the first one. It has a very mystical feel to it. But I think the star detracts from the second shot, or takes over the scene pretty much.
Love shooting into the sun on occasions — sometimes I can’t see clearly out of that eye for a while afterwards, but it’s sometimes worth it! Love the mood here.
Beautiful, compelling…inviting images. Would love to walk the trails there.
Amazing shots, Rachael! Love the atmosphere and the golden light on the first image.
That’s how the morning was….lovely.
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