A view of Surrey, looking South from St. Martha’s Hill.
Still on an Autumn tack, I thought I’d share some seasonal shots of the different craft that can be found along the Wey Navigation in Weybridge.
Situated on the confluence of the Thames and the Wey, and with the Wey Navigation running through it as well, Weybridge has a lot of watercraft, of all shapes and sizes.
I am mostly content to admire them from the towpath, however.
Of course, there could only ever be one quotation for this post:
Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.
– Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows (1908)
Our very late Autumn this year has given so many opportunities to get out with the camera, I’ve hardly been able to keep up with downloading the images! These shots are from my outing last week with Jenifer Bunnett. She found this beautiful set of fishing lakes, Frensham Trout Fisheries, and, apart from a solitary fisherman, we had them to ourselves.
The presence of a waterfall was fortuitous as I had only just the day before taken delivery of my new Lee Filters!
I had a lot of fun experimenting with my five filters: the 105mm circ. polariser, .6 hard grad, .9 soft grad, .9 pro glass and Big Stopper. The good news was that I had remembered all I had learned on the workshop ten days earlier.
The bad news was the circ. polariser created a horrible vignette when I used it with my 16-35mm lens at 16-20mm. Hugely disappointing as that is my lens of choice for landscape work. I was advised to use my 24-105mm on the course so this problem did not come up then. 😦