Going to work – at high speed – over pretty dreadful, single track roads in the wilds of Somerset.  Becoming temporarily airborne is a feature of these exciting rides. 

Click into the image to in a larger version in a separate window – highly recommended.

Technique: Z 6 with 70-300 Nikkor lens at 262mm; 200 ISO; jpeg created and processed in-camera from a raw file, using the Graphite profile; Tealham Moor, on the Somerset Levels southwest of Wedmore; 14 Feb 2020.


    • Matt, thank you so much, its very encouraging to hear this. I’ve been lucky in that I seem to have inherited something from an artistic grandmother. I have been seeing beautiful / striking images all my life, right from childhood – just out walking, seeing something, and being stopped in my tracks and “punched between the eyes” by it.

      This seems to have happened to two of us, my late cousin and I; we shared the same grandmother but different parents; my cousin became involved in painting with oils. Thank you again for your good thoughts. Adrian

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