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Peter has been interested in landscape photography for many years but this became a passion with the arrival of digital. After Peter retired from work, and with more time on his hands, he joined the local Photographic Society and also took a degree in Photography, which was definitely a ‘curate’s egg’ experience. He enjoys photographing in the UK and also further afield. Peter’s images can be seen at local art fairs and occasionally in national and international exhibitions. Peter is now Chairman of the Harpenden Photographic Society and also a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society.
The link between these images is that they were all taken in the week following the On Landscape Conference in November last year (2016). I attended the conference (which was excellent and inspiring) and stayed up in the Lakes for the following week. Staying in Pooley Bridge gave excellent access to the Ullswater lake shoreline which not only provided lake views but also wooded areas, grasses, lone trees, boats and distant mountains. But the week was make perfect by the stunning mornings which included heavy frost, mist, soft cloud and glancing rays of morning sun. There was no excuse for poor shots other than my own abilities