We had some fantastic weather last week and some wonderfully colourful sunsets.
Taken from around 5 miles away using a short telephoto lens of 135mm, I was lucky enough to capture this image of the Southern aspect of British Steel Scunthorpe as the sun set last Thursday evening.
I also found this surprise view whilst out the same evening which presented a few technical challenges to capture with a 135mm lens as it was fairly close to me and I'd made the mistake of travelling out with just the one lens attached to the camera.
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Many people ask what I do when I’m not out taking pictures. The answer is a lot. Time spent snapping is only a very small percentage of the work of a professional photographer. Due to a camera fault i’m unable to take pictures at the moment so I spent some time thinking about what I’ll get up to until it’s fixed.
St Hybald’s Church in Hibaldstow is currently undergoing repair work to it’s tower. As a resident of the village and someone who appreciates having this lovely old building close to home I’ve decided to donate profits from the sale of 3 of my Hibaldstow prints to St Hybald’s Funds. Get your copy here and help save our Church.
A write up of the background and approach behind my latest featured print – Hibaldstow Poppy Field. New from Home James Media – Lincolnshire Landscape Photography by Robin Ling.