Northern Lincolnshire has seen quite a bit of investment in recent years in the area of public rights of way.
I decided to explore the South Ferriby end with my two Sons on a particularly cloudy and breezy day with the intention of taking some daylight long exposure shots using a 10-stop ND Filter.
We walked a mile or so taking in the sites and sounds of South Ferriby Marina which has a wonderful collection of boats that are currently not in the water in various stages of repair including the old Scarborough Lifeboat.
Looking west across the river there is of course the Cemex South Ferriby cement works which although industrial can be quite photogenic in the right light and lends itself to this sort of long exposure when the clouds are moving directly overhead.
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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.