Jools Elliott Posted September 29, 2014 Share Posted September 29, 2014 And so it seems that many people couldn't fathom out why I work in the way that I do. Decrying that I should take what I'm given and change the way in which I work. The main bulk of my work goes somewhere an editor makes the final choice and not the photographer. That is something a lot of people here don't have experience of and quite frankly should as it would show them they need to up their game...a lot! Being called, in a subversive way, lazy is something I take umbrage about. During my 12 days in England and Wales I managed to capture some scenes that I am happy about. Yes, I am sure that there are some things that could be improved but for what I was given weather wise I am happy. The places won't be going away anytime soon and I can get back if needs must. Was it worth the driving I did chasing the best of the weather? Yes! Corfe Castle under heavy mist Colmer's Hill near Bridport. Could have better skies but the haze was coming The river Dart in Dartmoor. A return trip is needed! Grasmere in the Lake District Reflections on Grasmere. I want this again but with more colour Rydal Water in the Lake District A cliché but I couldn't resist it. The boats on Derwentwater The view over Derwentwater The view from Loughrigg Loughrigg Tarn Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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