After 20hours of flying time and 38hours airport to airport, I have arrived in New Zealand. This is the starting point of my 2 week adventure that will see me visit Auckland, Cairns, Tasmania and Melbourne (yes, lots of places to visit in 14 days!).
I will aim to upload as much as I can on my blog throughout my travels, but rest assured... the cameras have come with me so there will be lots and lots of photographs documenting my trip.
Whilst the sun was keeping us all warm in Worcestershire, I had always wanted to visit Broadway Tower and see the fantastic views that the tower looks over around the Cotswolds.
On Easter Saturday, I packed my big Lowepro camera bag with my favourite camera set up and headed out in my car to the tower. Whilst there were tourists enjoying the views it wasn’t too hard to capture photographs without them in the shot. Well... after setting up my tripod, taking multiple of shots, and a few hours in editing... people were removed! It was an interesting feeling being able to exterminate people out of images.
In the evening, I wanted to continue getting some great photographs. I went for a late night walk down into Worcester where I set the camera up for photographing the wonderful Cathedral and Worcester Spire. It was a long time since I had done long exposure photos, so this was a little challenge for me whilst I learnt from my mistakes (and there were a fair few). I am hoping to get out and about more to capture the very best photographs around the county!
If you have a favourite place to visit, let me know! I’d love to explore new villages, towns and cities!