Spooky Wood sits close to our home and is a fantastic natural adventure playground, or it would be if it wasn’t for the “natural” mine field of dog poo!! Anyway, poo aside we had a fantastic family outing with Andrew thinking he was a Pirate and Jodie thinking she was some extra from the movie “The Hunger Games”, lol.
I took my new Fuji X100 to try and become more acquainted with its whole new style of shooting. I’ll blog more about that soon.
Race you to the woods
ok, you won
Oi! Come here!!!
walk the plank you scurvy rat
Your next you salty sea dog
why are pirates called pirates? coz they Aaarrrggghhh!
We’re friends really
everyday is a gym day for Jodie
i broke my back photographing this….
A fun perspective
Back to the gymnastics
Lines of decay
carefully does it
Big sister looking after little brother
Should have put your wellies on
Naughty Norman has been here!! A smouldering patch of gorse…looks like we missed the BBQ
Padley gorge is a scenic area in the Derbyshire Peak district that has a bountiful supply of photographic opportunities but this area comes alive and into it’s own in the autumn period. I always love paying this place a visit at this time of year, it offers many woodland compositions and down at Burbage Brook the are many small waterfalls. The area is very easily accessed from the B6521 next to the National Trust’s Longshaw Estate. Go early to avoid the crowds though, especially at weekends and public holidays