Last weekend I found myself with time to spare as I waited for the Clydach Riding Club Dressage Show to start. Having turned up earlier than I needed to, I took the opportunity to have a short walk through the woodland next to the show field.
The weather had been pretty wet for several days but on Saturday the clouds at least had dried up, if not the ground, the plants and the undergrowth. The dry “crump” of my footsteps in snow (see yesterday’s post) was nowhere to be heard in the woodland landscape at Ynystawe near Swansea.
In amongst the trees the scene was dark as well as wet, making photography problematic. The dressage show photos can be found at StillWalks Photography.
Awesome images Alastair.
Thanks very much 🙂 Representing those particular conditions as they were is not the easiest thing to do. Even in RAW format the camera was producing too much contrast!
I found that sometimes. Trying to lighten them causes too much noise on the image as well. You have done a good job with this