The only way to improve is to keep shooting, keep applying everything I’m learning. We’re lucky to have some nice countryside for walking here in Surrey. The trick is to pick a theme and stick to it with so many opportunities around.
Here’s three from a short stretch of the Tillingbourne near Albury, the intention being to convey the sense of a stream flowing quietly through deep woods, sometimes with only the reflections showing it is there:
And three from closer to home on the River Mole, inspired by Toshio Shibata’s Red Bridge. The bridge itself is no where near as dramatic, but I like the way it appears to stretch between two inaccessible locations.
In reality it belongs to Thames Water and connects to their treatment works, from which it appears something has escaped…