Posts written by Chris Lloyd

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Willington Cooling Towers

I apologise for the lack of posts over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been busy with other things. Recently I took a trip out to photograph the disused cooling towers over at Willington. This first image was taken from inside one of the five towers and was rather difficult to capture due to the […]

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Greylag Goose

Making use of the zoom range on my Canon EF 70-200mm f2.8L I was able to get this shot of a Greylag Goose sitting on the bank by the river avon in Stratford-upon-Avon. I also took advantage of the large aperture to isolate the goose from the background.

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Chesterton Windmill Black and White

Chesterton Windmill is one of the most photographed landmarks in Warwickshire. Most people photograph it from the front so I thought I’d try one from behind.

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Frosted Tree

It’s May and finally we’re seeing some warmer weather here in England. Warmer weather also means I’ll be out taking more photos! So until then, here is one from the archive.

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Draycote Waters Time-lapse

Last week I took advantage of the good weather and decided to create a time-lapse at a local reservoir. Unfortunately  not many of the sailing boats were out on the water but I still think the location was interesting enough to share the finished product.

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First Flower Photo of the Year

It’s been a strange year as far as the weather has been concerned, it’s now near the end of April and many trees and plants haven’t come into bloom yet. I was out last week and managed to find a flower that has decided to show itself. I thought it was worth taking a picture […]

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