GNPC went to Heybridge Basin again last night for another photowalk. We had lovely weather and a cracking sunset. And saw a yacht or two come in via the lock. I found an interesting shot for the Mono Blog and this one below nearly made it for Day #2026.
Title: BBQ Time Location: King William IV, Great Notley Camera: Canon EOS 7D / 50mm EF f/1.4 USM Notes: GNPC held their Summer BBQ social event today, on yet another hot, sunny afternoon. I didn’t envy our BBQ chefs who had to slave over a hot grill, producing some tasty BBQ grub.
It’s been nearly eighteen months since I last went to Brick Lane on a photowalk, so today I joined the GNPC folks for another trip to London. It was very hot but I managed to dodge into the shade whenever possible. I tried to get some more stranger portraits but despite there being plenty of options, I wasn’t really in the right mood. I did however find some great graffiti!
We had a roam around Writtle this evening with the GNPC photowalk folks. It was a pleasant walk and convivial company at the pub afterwards too. But before we ended up boozing we did visit the Church and make some interesting images inside. Here are the rest too.
GNPC tend to have outdoor photowalks as much as possible during the Summer months. Today was our club night and we had arranged a visit to the village of Colne Engaine in the north of the county. I arrived a few hours ahead of time and did a spot of geocaching before joining the members at the agreed meeting point. There was a very good turn out!
We had a long walk (I did 9.5 miles in total, four in the evening with the rest of the group) to a local reservoir, arriving just before sunset. Here is a selection of images I made during the afternoon and evening walks:
I also found some curious Antlers on a wall and of course, my favourite for Day #1984.