I have long admired shots of jetties and piers at either end of the day and I finally got chance to have a go. Massive cliche I know, but I had never tried it. This jetty is near the turn off for Ashness Bridge along the shore of Derwent Water in the Lake District, England. My camera club took it's usual annual long weekend jaunt, this time to Cumbria and Ben and I ventured out into the rainy evening, standing watching the rain waiting for a break for that all important sunset shot. The sunset came and went with cloud mostly obscuring it, but we scraped a few shots out of it making good use of rain sleeves for the cameras and waterproof clothes for us. For me, this is the shot that made the trip all worthwhile.
On the hunt for a decent landscape for assignment 4 of my photography course, I made my way to Padley Gorge and spent a couple of hours there. I'm really glad I chose to wear wellies, it was really muddy and wet, and I really tested how waterproof they were.