Back in November 2020 I had an amazing walk around Sherwood Forest in heavy fog, as the Autumnal colour was at it’s peak. I didn’t post a blog on it, but a selection of the images from that morning are in a gallery on my Behance.
This Sunday there had been fog forecast all week and whilst it’s a couple of weeks later than the visit 2 years back the colour seems to have been held back a bit due to the mild Autumn we’ve had. I decided to almost retrace my steps from that previous morning, but try and capture something new.
While out I felt a little disappointed with what I was capturing on the camera, ultimately my photography has taken a back seat recently largely due to lack of motivation and I probably had overly high expectations for the occasion when I did eventually manage to get out in some of my favourite conditions.
Once I had chance to review the images in Lightroom I was actually surprisingly happy with a few of them, and I’ve been slightly overwhelmed with the response to what I’ve shared on social media so far, although that’s probably just a fluke of the algorithms!