It easy to forget that in winter there are scenes worth visiting on the chalk streams. During the colder months, good friend Nick Gooderham organises walks for a group of us along the chalk streams. It helps to blow away the winter blues. The focus is photography and it usually starts with a local expert giving us clues on what to look out for on the walk. Alternatively, one of the group gives a short introduction on a photographic topic. I led one of these and then guided the group to likely subjects to photograph on the walk. I therefore had little time for my own photography but managed a couple of snatched shots shown here. Even the bull rushes and teasels look good in their winter clothing. One of the images ended up on the panel of prints I submitted for the Royal Photographic Society LRPS distinction.
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