The third instalment in something from the hard drive features a trio of images from a typical Cotswold town called Chipping Campden.
This trip was shot in early December, 2008. There is some sun but a lot of the buildings are in shade.
I’d like to think my photography has improved since then and presented with the same conditions I would produce a totally different set of images.
There are a lot of market towns and villages in the UK I would call hidden gems. Under the right lighting they can produce some lovely images.
All you have to do is find them and figure out when’s the best time to photograph them, which could involve multiple visits at different times of day and even different seasons.
Hey…nobody said this photography lark was easy….