After going to Cissbury Ring, it was only right to visit Chanctonbury Ring too.
It was definitely a different experience to Cissbury Ring. This time, the walk started in a woodland area up a hill where I saw a grand tree with its roots exposed. Once up the hill I was greeted by lots of open space. There were many different routes, and I ended up walking about six miles, the trials seemed like they would never end.
Here are some photos I took on my walk, showing my favourite parts:
April is known for it’s abundance of bluebells, and I unfortunately missed them last year as I was working hard on finishing University. This year I’m going to be capturing as many bluebells as I can, and my favourite shot will be featured in my next yearly calendar!
Here are some photos from my first trip to a local park:
I love driving around my local area, and going for walks in beautiful areas. I have a list of places I’ve been wanting to go to for a while, and with restrictions easing, I thought I’d start with one of the most local: Cissbury Ring.
March was a great month for photography, and brought a range of new subjects to capture. More flowers began to bloom, I made some more DIY backdrops, and picked up an old project to carry on working on.
Waffle day was last week, and although it’s not celebrated in the UK, we couldn’t say no to photographing (and eating) waffles. We’re starting to have a nice selection of diy backdrops now that are perfect for food photography.
Here are some of our favourite shots from the shoot:
Following on from our last blog post, our 5 baby bunnies are now 4 weeks old! Their personalities are really starting to develop now as they learn new things. We wanted to take photos of each of them today to mark this milestone, and who doesn’t love baby bunnies anyway?
4 weeks ago, our rabbit had babies. There are 5 in total, getting bigger and fluffier every day. At two weeks old, I decided to take photos of them all separately to try and identify them. As they get bigger, they get more unique markings which make it a lot easier to identify them.
One of my favourite parts of spring is seeing all of the blossom. Walking through parks seeing the beautiful trees with delicate pink and white flowers. It is beautiful up close and from afar, with some blowing in the wind and covering the floor with pastel colours.
After my last honey shoot, I wanted to capture more of a light and airy style using backdrops I made using vinyl and foam boards. I had been looking at inspiration for a while, but didn’t know where I could get hold of any honeycomb. I was quite lucky, and managed to find some lovely honey and honeycomb in a local shop which recently opened.
Here are some of my favourite shots taken of the honey, getting creative and embracing mess!