Searching back through some old photographs, I came across a set of unprocessed images taken in Clipstone Forest in November 2015. I can see that I was busy with other photographic projects at the time but it is unusual for me to overlook a complete photographic outing.
Having now has an opportunity to review the files, I can see two main themes: sunrays through the mist in a pine wood and then autumn colours in the forest which I will cover in separate post.
Of the pine wood shots, I particularly like the first image with sunrays angled behind the strong vertical of the pine trunk. The next two images zoom more into the mist with a reduced depth of field. This creates a softness away from the point of focus and produces a less conventional composition:
Completing this post are selection of wider angle shots of the wood. These were taken before the mist gave way to the sunshine which then lasted for the rest of the day: