One of the things I love in Winter, especially on a cloudless day are the amazing sunsets that I can see from my desk at work. The beautiful shades of orange and yellows that blaze just before succumbing to darkness always makes the London skyline that I can see in the distance even more enticing.
I really like how dramatic the sky looks in this photo, with dark clouds and the bright orange setting sun creating silhouttes and shadows
I recently went on a day trip to Bournemouth and in particular to visit Durdle Door. Now, I’d seen a couple of photos on the internet and I had an idea of what to expect, sort of…what I actually found was a breathtaking view of the coast which was amazing. I’ll stop trying to explain and show you my photos instead which I took on my DSLR camera.
Then walking further down you see the famous Durdle Door which is also a World Heritage Site
What I loved the most about this place was that it looked as beautiful in real life as it did in photos I’d seen, in full, vivid colour. I would definitely recommend it as place to visit and to get some amazing shots.
Here a few other photo’s I took
You can also see my sisters account of the day on her blog Harelquin’s Tea Set
This photo really reminds me of an oil painting and I love the way it looks as though the sun has left a blazing trail across the sky
This is one of my favourite photos and is exactly what I mean by ‘phototunity’. I took this photo on a whim, on a chance and was delighted with the results