Amateur Photographer – ‘Hidden Britain’ 25th June 2016
I recently contributed to the ‘Hidden Britain’ feature in this week’s Amateur Photographer magazine. The feature shows 16 locations that fellow landscape photographers like, but are off the beaten track and not considered ‘classic views’.
In addition to this feature, I decided to upload other photos I have taken at both spots to give you an idea of other compositions and features you can take advantage of.
More information on both locations, and the photos that Amateur Photographer chose to feature, are in this week’s magazine which will be out to purchase until Monday.
1 – Charlecote Park, Warwickshire
The first location I contributed was the National Trust site at Charlecote Park in Warwickshire.
Less than 5 minutes from house, it is a great spot to visit due to it’s tendency to mist up at sunrise (with the River Avon nearby) and the abundance of deer that live in the park. A public footpath runs through the park for access.
2 – Holmsley, The New Forest
The second location I contributed was Holmsley in the New Forest. A location which I feel isn’t as visited as some other areas in the New Forest, the little valley that runs alongside the A35 features some nice trees which stand out well out of any morning mist.