Sometimes it takes a bit of time and exploration to get the shot you want. Take yesterday for example, I got my shot of Moorswater viaduct and although I was pleased with it I always like to try to find a way of getting a different scene with the same subject. So after some research I found there to be a footpath that enabled me to get to a field that I previously believed to be private. This gave me the opportunity me to capture an image of the viaduct from a completely different angle and as I was now a lot closer, it allowed me to use a wide lens. Added to that the weather this morning was crisp and frosty and has made for a completely different picture.
It is always worth putting in the time and effort to find different angles to get new images. The countryside is littered with little known footpaths and bridleways, sometimes even just asking permission from land owner’s to enter private land will reap rewards too.
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog posts and as always please don’t hesitate to contact me for any tips or advice with your own photography.