From reading through my blogs I hope you are getting the sense of how obsessed I can get when an area captures my imagination and how hard I work to try and capture some decent photos from those locations. This hard work is essential if you want to increase your chances of bagging a successful image, but in addition to the hard work, you need some luck too, and I was hoping that after countless misleading weather forecasts I would finally get the mist+light I had been craving when on Monday 2nd May the forecast GUARANTEED I would get what I was after.
After so many scouting visits to Lewesdon Hill there was only one destination for me to choose, but true to form, despite some early promise, the mist did not materialise. F*@king weathermen! The good photographer adapts, so once again I was roaming the slopes trying to rescue the morning, and trying to stop my general grumpiness from spilling over into a more significant strop! Some of the compositions I took will be more than familiar by now..!
Despite my strop I still managed to capture a couple of photos I was pleased with, however, my motivation for photographing the Bluebells at Lewesdon Hill was fading! Hopefully, I would have more luck with the conditions at a different location...
Until next blog!