This year with the summer drought, my usual Posbank photographic foray to the purple heather covered hills was cancelled; no flowering heather! However this wonderful National park on my doorstep has put on another show of its own this autumn - absolutely amazing colours in the trees finally.
Yesterday I spent a few hours out with my camera up in the hills of Holland capturing the colours. I have so many to edit, but I just wanted to share with you this final photo (an ICM double exposure) and what I actually saw in front of me.
This was the finished piece of art. Two images combined; the one below, and another ICM image of the same scene. Post processed in Photoshop.
This is what it looked like to the normal visitor!
I've been encouraged by a few people to keep a record of what I actually see and what I create, so this is the first of those shared images.
More to follow when I have the time to decide which ones to edit!