The weather forecast for the Lake District this week seems to be changing by the hour, with the opening day of the 2018 workshop (Thursday) looking like the best. I was really hoping that we'd have a clear day to explore Blea Tarn, but its looking more likely that it will be High Brandlehow Pier instead to make the most of the overcast conditions. The image is from my last visit to the pier where black and white just seemed to suit the mood of the day. I'm returning to the Lake District this week to run my 2018 group photographic workshop in the area. The dates for the 2019 workshop have been published and are available to be booked. Head over to https://huwalban.weebly.com/lakes-2019.html for more information and to book your place.
Olympus OM-D E-M1ii, 12-100PRO lens, Nisi filters, Manfrotto 290 xtra carbon tripod with a 410 head
After heavy rain at the end of last week Derwentwater is as high as I've ever seen it. All the landing stages are partially or fully submerged and trees at its edge have their roots in the water. We were half drowned on the day we arrived, but luckily the weather has improved and we have seen the sun. Our walk around the lake was cut short yesterday as the duck boards at Manesty were submerged. #derwentwater#lakederwentwater#borrowdale#manesty
On a 6 hour journey home. Yesterday I had this view. Hanging off the edge of a cliff. 10/10 would hang again. Now back to studio, finish a bunch of music and production, appear on a podcast, release a sample pack and generally work hard