It’s very early days as far as my new photographic project is concerned. For a variety of reasons I have only ventured out on a few occasions with my camera since the turn of the year, however this will change as the daylight hours start to get a little longer.
Each trip has been very worthwhile as I start to familiarise myself with the area I have chosen to photograph. Even if the conditions aren’t perfect, the shutter is always released. Sometimes the purpose is to simply record a place and a composition I would like to revisit when the light is more favourable.
For the time being I thought I would share with you a small selection of images which only make me want to get out and about even more!
The church of St Michael in Up Marden is rather special, so I decided it was worthy of a return journey. I particularly wanted to take a shot from the field to the west of the church, which for some reason I didn’t include first time round. I knew this would give me the best view of the whole building but it also gave me the chance to take one or two others, and review some of the unprocessed images from the original visit.
I see little point repeating what I wrote about the church last time, but if you are interested you can read that post here. This entry includes a selection of images which did not appear in the previous entry. All of the images can be viewed in the Gallery of West Sussex Churches.