Misty monochromes

by Helen Hooker January. 22, 2020 464 views

Each month a colleague and I take a walk at Hatfield Forest, photographing the same points to help track the way the way the ground is coping with the footfall of our visitors. This morning’s walk was rather misty so I took a handful of additional pictures as we strolled. Initially I dismissed them as the light was very flat – as you’d expect in misty conditions. Coming back to them later though I tried a monochrome conversion and I realised my instinct to take them in the first place had been right.

22 January 2020

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Nick Ambrose 2 months, 1 week ago

Do you use any special photography kit or techniques to photograph the footfall effect Helen?

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Helen Hooker Replied to Nick Ambrose 1 month, 4 weeks ago

No, we just take a photo in the same spots each month. Over time you can clearly see the combined effect of weather and lots of walkers.

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