Frosty morning

Frosty sunrise

I’d been waiting for a frosty morning for a while now. The weather forecast predicted about -5C so I was up at 5am (before the birds!)… I had Pat, a camera club buddy with me to help me get up and navigate to all the beautiful spots! We drove around the countryside in the middle of nowhere, got out of the car here and there to take some shots but I think we found a cracker with this place! All the elements seemed to have come together here…as the sun was getting higher in the sky, it started melting the frost creating the fabulous veil of mist…

We soon realised we’d spent most of the time trying to find the best spots to photograph so we ran out of time as the sun got too high (you only really have 30-45 minutes just before and after sunrise to catch the best light!) so we found a pub/hotel and had a lovely breakfast before spending more time finding places worth photographing in a frosty morning, one of which was of course Henley which we passed on our way back…

So here’s a few of that morning, hope you like them 🙂
PS. Feel free to leave a comment below.

boat

Boat

Sheep in frosty field

Sheep in frosty field

Sunrise Moon

Sunrise Moon

Sunrise Moon 1

Sunrise Moon 1

Partying Pheasants

Party of Pheasants

Birds

Birds

Frozen

Frozen

Sheep at sunrise

Sheep at sunrise

Sheep on fence

On the fence

Showing my tongue at you

Showing my tongue to you

frost

Frost

Henley

Henley

 

And last but not least………..

Steaming heap of dung

Steaming heap of dung

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2 Comments:

  1. Robert Palmer January 19, 2017 Reply

    Superb! Kerto,
    Funny how that sheep is sticking tongue out 🙂

    Robert

    • admin January 27, 2017 Reply

      Thank you Robert! To be honest I didn’t realise he had tongue out at the time of taking this…I was concentrating on getting the sun in the correct spot and exposed right! Only discovered it whilst looking on my screen at home! 🙂

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