Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Fisheye Skies

East Anglia is justifiably famous for its big, open skies, but it's actually quite difficult to photograph them.  While walking Amber early on Sunday morning, I pointed my fisheye lens towards the heavens to see what happened!

The poppy field in the first image was absolutely stunning, but the position of the sun meant that it was impossible to  photograph it without including my own shadow.

While in a "self portrait" mood, I was rather taken by the reflection in my car window at the end of the walk.

Thank heavens for Live View...