Another day out in Snowdonia, this time on the Watkin Path, considered to be the most brutal of the paths to the summit of Snowdon. But I wouldn't be going that far. The path starts with a wander through the woods and for photographers there are some good photo opportunities. Moss is growing on everything... Continue Reading →
Sometimes you just get lucky. I haven't written anything to Say It With A Camera in weeks. Just no interest in blogging. But today I got lucky and found the goats down on the lower slopes, just minding their own business. Too good an opportunity not to share. Have I got the will to start... Continue Reading →
It's a nice day for a walk in the hills. No one about and just the sound of sheep on the slopes. Clouds are getting thicker and darker. Will it rain?
When I first started blogging “The Weekly Photo Challenge” motivated me to write at least one post each week. Sadly it has been announced that after this weeks challenge, that’s it, for some weird reason, there will be no more. So as a final flourish I’m going to finish with some of my most popular... Continue Reading →
All is quiet in our household. Photography has taken a bit of a back seat as the weather, once again, has not been conducive (that’s a big word for Monday morning) to getting out with the camera. By this time last year I had made eight photography trips out into the National Park and yet,... Continue Reading →
It’s 4;30 pm on a cold Tuesday afternoon, here in the UK. I’m sitting at my computer when it struck me. I haven’t submitted anything for this weeks challenge. Although to be fair, I’ve been busy testing new software and working on a new project. Now here’s the other thing, I haven’t taken any photographs,... Continue Reading →
Regular readers will know that I am a great fan of Ansel Adams and his amazing Black and White photographs taken in the Sierra Nevada’s, his spiritual home, and in America’s great State Parks. You might also have noticed that in the last few weeks I’ve been doing a bit of bird photography, which I... Continue Reading →