Kieran Metcalfe Photography

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Kieran Metcalfe
Kieran Metcalfe Photography
Keen (obsessed) amateur photographer #NP70Moments Winner

I am a freelance graphic and web designer based in South Manchester, but I love to unwind from the pressures of work by watching the sunset from a hillside or rocky edge (especially in the Peak District) - or maybe even watch it rise, if I can get myself out of bed…  

Despite being more of a keen (obsessed) amateur than a professional, I’m pleased to have been featured on BBC and Sky News and to have had images published in UK newspapers - mostly due to winning the Campaign for National Parks #NP70Moments competition in early 2019 with an image of Parkhouse Hill, but also for other images of the local area. 

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Mymbyr Reflections | Snowdonia  Going back almost a whole month to peak autumn colour in Snowdonia. Llynnau Mymbyr were glassy and still in the late afternoon, and the vibrant trees were reflecting in the water. We couldnt resist stopping for a shot!  Canon 80D, EF 70-200mm
1/400sec, 154mm, f/4.5, ISO500
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy

Mymbyr Reflections | Snowdonia

Going back almost a whole month to peak autumn colour in Snowdonia. Llynnau Mymbyr were glassy and still in the late afternoon, and the vibrant trees were reflecting in the water. We couldn't resist stopping for a shot!

Canon 80D, EF 70-200mm
1/400sec, 154mm, f/4.5, ISO500
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy
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Nice mate ☺️

Love the reflections on the water, beautiful photo 🤗

very nice. Meant to be good spot for astro too.

A fab shot Kieran 👍🏻😍

Lovely Shot Kieran!👍

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Ladybower Tower | Peak District National Park  Another from the morning on the reservoir with Lets Go Peak District and Discover Ladybower - wed hoped to see the plugholes from the water, but some antics and social media outcry meant that, even though our guides could show us safely, the whole end of the reservoir had been roped off. We did get to see the dam wall and towers from a new angle, and the whole experience far outweighed the slight disappointment too.  Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
55mm, f/5, 1/125sec, ISO100
Handheld

Ladybower Tower | Peak District National Park

Another from the morning on the reservoir with Let's Go Peak District and Discover Ladybower - we'd hoped to see the plugholes from the water, but some antics and social media outcry meant that, even though our guides could show us safely, the whole end of the reservoir had been roped off. We did get to see the dam wall and towers from a new angle, and the whole experience far outweighed the slight disappointment too.

Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
55mm, f/5, 1/125sec, ISO100
Handheld
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Nice work Kieran. Love the way the reflection extends through the water.

Really nice perspectives from that boat, lovely blues in this one Kieran 🙂👌🏼💙

Beautiful photo. 🥰🥰🥰

Padley Cascade | Peak District National Park  - Last few calendars remaining! bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds to PSC Support (currently £1,097)  Well, the camera has been boxed up and collected by the courier to be repaired after its tumble in Snowdonia. Its been a couple of weeks since I was out and will be a couple more, so Ill be sharing a few more from recent trips! Hope to have something more in keeping with the onset of Winter soon...  This was taken in Padley Gorge on the impromptu day of shooting with Tony last month.  As its Black Friday today - just a reminder that Formatt Hitech Filters are giving 20% off on their website with the code KMETCALFE20 - You can get the discount off anything at formatt-hitech.com thats not already in the sale. Im more than happy to help if youre not sure what would be right for your needs.  Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
17mm, 0.4sec, f/9, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Filters Firecrest Polariser
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy

Padley Cascade | Peak District National Park

- Last few calendars remaining! bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds to PSC Support (currently £1,097)

Well, the camera has been boxed up and collected by the courier to be repaired after its tumble in Snowdonia. It's been a couple of weeks since I was out and will be a couple more, so I'll be sharing a few more from recent trips! Hope to have something more in keeping with the onset of Winter soon...

This was taken in Padley Gorge on the impromptu day of shooting with Tony last month.

As it's Black Friday today - just a reminder that Formatt Hitech Filters are giving 20% off on their website with the code KMETCALFE20 - You can get the discount off anything at formatt-hitech.com that's not already in the sale. I'm more than happy to help if you're not sure what would be right for your needs.

Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
17mm, 0.4sec, f/9, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Filters Firecrest Polariser
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy
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It was very kind of Amateur Photographer magazine to invite me to submit a Reader Portfolio which is in this weeks issue.  Ive had a couple of images picked for their online image of the week over the last 18 months or so, but after submitting an article for their website about buying used equipment, they suggested I should send them something for this feature.  The best bit was that they asked for a wide selection of images, so it was a total surprise to see which ones they picked!  Very much appreciated - thanks Amateur Photographer!  (Really need a new mugshot though... far too much colour in my hair on that one!)

It was very kind of Amateur Photographer magazine to invite me to submit a Reader Portfolio which is in this week's issue.

I've had a couple of images picked for their 'online image of the week' over the last 18 months or so, but after submitting an article for their website about buying used equipment, they suggested I should send them something for this feature.

The best bit was that they asked for a wide selection of images, so it was a total surprise to see which ones they picked!

Very much appreciated - thanks Amateur Photographer!

(Really need a new mugshot though... far too much colour in my hair on that one!)
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Wonderful!

Wowww brilliant!!

Looks cool 😎

Fantastic

Brilliant!

Well done mate ☺️👍🏻

Congratulations 👏👏

Congratulations 👍👍 that fabulous Kieran, really chuffed for you 😊

That's fabulous Kieran, Congratulations

Well done👍

Excellent Kieran. 👍.

They’ll be asking you to write a weekly column next. Well done Dave

Congratulations!

Awesome! Well done.

Nice one Kieran!

Whoo hoo. X

Congratulations Kieran 👍

Nice!

Well done Kieran. Cracking images and well deserved! 📷

Well done Kieran lovely images and a reminder to us of why we are moving to the Lake District as well!

Fantastic Kieran. Well done

Just catching up with things - and wow, you lovely lot...! really appreciate all the kind comments 😀

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Sorry to post twice in an evening, but this is a big one...  The total raised for PSC Support through calendar sales has just passed £1,000!  Im over the moon - this was the milestone I hoped for when working out costs etc, but it couldnt have got there without the generous support of all you lovely folk.  Theres still a handful left, and Id love to sell out completely, but thank you all again so much.  And of course - a HUGE thank you to Colour Calendars for their generous discount which took a big chunk out of the costs!

Sorry to post twice in an evening, but this is a big one...

The total raised for PSC Support through calendar sales has just passed £1,000!

I'm over the moon - this was the milestone I hoped for when working out costs etc, but it couldn't have got there without the generous support of all you lovely folk.

There's still a handful left, and I'd love to sell out completely, but thank you all again so much.

And of course - a HUGE thank you to Colour Calendars for their generous discount which took a big chunk out of the costs!
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Well done dude

Nice One mate!

Fantastic! (I have yet to pay for my A4 one) x

South Stack | Anglsey  - Taken with my Formatt Hitech Filters 10 Stop ND
- Code below if youd be interested in a 20% discount for their products!  While I was perched up on the hillside, I had a play with a long exposure of the lighthouse perched on its rocky island. I rather like the effect of long-exposure ocean images, with the way the surf creates white patches around rocks as the waves crash.  Ive previously said I wouldnt spam with adverts for Formatt Hitech - Id much rather let my images do the talking! - but equally its worth mentioning that this was taken using their kit, and theyve just launched their Black Friday sale.  If you order from formatt-hitech.com and use the code KMETCALFE20 youll get 20% off (as long as its not one of the bundle offers theyre also running, which are worth a look!)  Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
28mm, 185sec, f/11, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Filters 10 Stop ND
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy Tripod

South Stack | Anglsey

- Taken with my Formatt Hitech Filters 10 Stop ND
- Code below if you'd be interested in a 20% discount for their products!

While I was perched up on the hillside, I had a play with a long exposure of the lighthouse perched on its rocky island. I rather like the effect of long-exposure ocean images, with the way the surf creates white patches around rocks as the waves crash.

I've previously said I wouldn't spam with adverts for Formatt Hitech - I'd much rather let my images do the talking! - but equally it's worth mentioning that this was taken using their kit, and they've just launched their Black Friday sale.

If you order from formatt-hitech.com and use the code KMETCALFE20 you'll get 20% off (as long as it's not one of the bundle offers they're also running, which are worth a look!)

Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
28mm, 185sec, f/11, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Filters 10 Stop ND
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy Tripod
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Please forgive another calendar plug. A real flurry of orders today means that weve now raised over £940 for PSC Support! Absolutely bowled over - and I might be causing a bit of a queue at the post office tomorrow :D  Without being too spammy... it would be seriously amazing to break into 4 figures - and that only needs either 7 more A4s, or just 3 more A3s to sell. Theyre ideal for gifts, or even that awkward Secret Santa thing coming up at work next month ... ;)  But seriously - many thanks yet again to everyone who has given their support so far. It means a huge amount (both personally, and as things stand financially too!)

Please forgive another calendar plug. A real flurry of orders today means that we've now raised over £940 for PSC Support! Absolutely bowled over - and I might be causing a bit of a queue at the post office tomorrow 😀

Without being too spammy... it would be seriously amazing to break into 4 figures - and that only needs either 7 more A4s, or just 3 more A3s to sell. They're ideal for gifts, or even that awkward Secret Santa thing coming up at work next month ... 😉

But seriously - many thanks yet again to everyone who has given their support so far. It means a huge amount (both personally, and as things stand financially too!)
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Nice One Kieran! Christmas cards are being held back big time by calendar post! 😀. 👍

I’ve got a badge from you but I don’t know where it is. 😲😟😊

Idwal Slabs | Snowdonia  - 2020 Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds (currently over £800 - thank you!) to PSC Support  Another slightly abstract image from our Snowdonia trip - this time up at Llyn Idwal at the end of our first day. The water stilled and gave a nice reflection of the diagonal rocks of Idwal Slabs at the far end of the lake.  I did like the little island in the water, but wish it had been possible to get a higher vantage point so it was separated more from the bank behind.  Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
51mm, 0.5sec, f/5.6, ISO100
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy

Idwal Slabs | Snowdonia

- 2020 Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds (currently over £800 - thank you!) to PSC Support

Another slightly abstract image from our Snowdonia trip - this time up at Llyn Idwal at the end of our first day. The water stilled and gave a nice reflection of the diagonal rocks of Idwal Slabs at the far end of the lake.

I did like the little island in the water, but wish it had been possible to get a higher vantage point so it was separated more from the bank behind.

Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
51mm, 0.5sec, f/5.6, ISO100
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy
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👏👏👏!

2 weeks ago

Kieran Metcalfe Photography

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Winter Arrives | Pen-Y-Pass, Snowdonia  - 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds to PSC Support (almost £800 so far!)  One of the last shots I took while in Snowdonia - leaving the hostel at Pen-y-pass and being met with wonderful swirling low clouds, we drove to a nearby viewpoint.  From there we could see that a first dusting of snow had settled on the Glyderau - just a hint on the tops through the cloud. It looked stunning and we were more than a little sad that we were leaving shortly and couldnt stay to make the most of it.  Canon 80D, EF 70-200mm
70mm, 1/30sec, f/11, ISO100
Handheld

Winter Arrives | Pen-Y-Pass, Snowdonia

- 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds to PSC Support (almost £800 so far!)

One of the last shots I took while in Snowdonia - leaving the hostel at Pen-y-pass and being met with wonderful swirling low clouds, we drove to a nearby viewpoint.

From there we could see that a first dusting of snow had settled on the Glyderau - just a hint on the tops through the cloud. It looked stunning and we were more than a little sad that we were leaving shortly and couldn't stay to make the most of it.

Canon 80D, EF 70-200mm
70mm, 1/30sec, f/11, ISO100
Handheld
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Really atmospheric! Nice shot! 👏

👏👏! Going into the book?

Heres another image from the Calendar - November has this sunset from Stanage Edge in the Peak District which was one of the most vibrant skies Ive photographed in the Peak District.  Many thanks to everyone whos ordered this week. Weve smashed through last years total and are closing in on £800 for the charity, which is a fantastic result.  Theres still some left, but not many. Last year I was able to get a second run printed, but this time that wont be possible. If youd like one, it might be worth ordering sooner rather than later!  So thank you again - your support means a great deal to me and everyone involved with PSC Support.

Here's another image from the Calendar - November has this sunset from Stanage Edge in the Peak District which was one of the most vibrant skies I've photographed in the Peak District.

Many thanks to everyone who's ordered this week. We've smashed through last year's total and are closing in on £800 for the charity, which is a fantastic result.

There's still some left, but not many. Last year I was able to get a second run printed, but this time that won't be possible. If you'd like one, it might be worth ordering sooner rather than later!

So thank you again - your support means a great deal to me and everyone involved with PSC Support.
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Was near there yesterday.

That glow again - couldn't get the calendar, but maybe you're bringing a book out?

Afon Loer to Tryfan | Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia  - 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All Proceeds to PSC Support : pscsupport.org.uk  When we headed to Snowdonia, this was one of the viewpoints I wanted to try to shoot. The beauty of this location is that, while theres a general idea of the image with the river running down and Tryfan looming large, theres still a challenge of finding the spot on the river which works for you.  Ive seen a number of versions of this scene, all taken from different points on the river, choosing different foreground locations. I was particularly looking for a spot where the lake, Llyn Ogwen, could be completely in the frame, but not overlapped by other elements. We climbed quite a way up the hillside, and this spot seemed ideal to me. There may even be other spots higher up, or on the other branch of the river, but that just means its one to go to back to for another look!  Canon 80D, Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8
11mm, 1/8sec, f/11, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Firecrest Polariser
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy Tripod

Afon Loer to Tryfan | Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia

- 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All Proceeds to PSC Support : pscsupport.org.uk

When we headed to Snowdonia, this was one of the viewpoints I wanted to try to shoot. The beauty of this location is that, while there's a general idea of the image with the river running down and Tryfan looming large, there's still a challenge of finding the spot on the river which works for you.

I've seen a number of versions of this scene, all taken from different points on the river, choosing different foreground locations. I was particularly looking for a spot where the lake, Llyn Ogwen, could be completely in the frame, but not overlapped by other elements. We climbed quite a way up the hillside, and this spot seemed ideal to me. There may even be other spots higher up, or on the other branch of the river, but that just means it's one to go to back to for another look!

Canon 80D, Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8
11mm, 1/8sec, f/11, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Firecrest Polariser
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy Tripod
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Lovely!

Beautiful👏

Llun gwych

Autumn Glen | Betws-y-coed  - 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds to PSC Support  The Fairy Glen at Betws-y-Coed is a lovely spot, and very popular with photographers. When we arrived a couple of weeks ago, aside from a few other folk, we were also met with a riot of colour in the trees overhanging the river.  Ive got a few other wider images which get more of them in, but this was a simpler shot, and also one from a different angle to previous shots Ive shared of this location.  Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
45mm, 15sec, f/8, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Firecrest 10 Stop ND and Polariser
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy

Autumn Glen | Betws-y-coed

- 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds to PSC Support

The Fairy Glen at Betws-y-Coed is a lovely spot, and very popular with photographers. When we arrived a couple of weeks ago, aside from a few other folk, we were also met with a riot of colour in the trees overhanging the river.

I've got a few other wider images which get more of them in, but this was a simpler shot, and also one from a different angle to previous shots I've shared of this location.

Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
45mm, 15sec, f/8, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Firecrest 10 Stop ND and Polariser
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy
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As you said with the pic I just posted, cracking tones in this too. Is it just me or does the water also pick up far more of the green hue in that place than others with water? That’s one of the special things about this glen right?

Magical with beauty

Love Betws-y-Coed but never been here and must do it looks stunning. Fabulous image 💕

Peak Autumn | Peak District National Park  Many thanks for all the recent calendar orders! Weve just equalled last years total, which is fantastic. Plenty more available (bit.ly/kmcal2020), but thank you so much for the support so far!  The autumn colours were out in force on the banks of Landybower reservoir, and when the fog lifted it was great to catch a glimpse of some very typical Peak District outcrops up on Derwent Edge. I do need to work out which one this is - its to the south of the Salt Cellar (I think) - but I had rather lost my bearings!  Canon 80D, EF 70-200mm
104mm, 1/160sec, f/9, ISO1000
Handheld

Peak Autumn | Peak District National Park

Many thanks for all the recent calendar orders! We've just equalled last year's total, which is fantastic. Plenty more available (bit.ly/kmcal2020), but thank you so much for the support so far!

The autumn colours were out in force on the banks of Landybower reservoir, and when the fog lifted it was great to catch a glimpse of some very typical Peak District outcrops up on Derwent Edge. I do need to work out which one this is - it's to the south of the Salt Cellar (I think) - but I had rather lost my bearings!

Canon 80D, EF 70-200mm
104mm, 1/160sec, f/9, ISO1000
Handheld
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South Stack | Anglesey  - 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds to PSC Support  Wed headed to Anglesey for the day, first Llanddwyn, and then on to South Stack in the hope of a nice sunset. Which Rich, Jim and Neil shot from the steps, I thought Id try a wider view from the hillside above. Wandering up the path, I found myself at the old lookout shelter, and its clear why they built it there.  The light didnt last for sunset, but this break in the clouds made for some lovely rays out to sea.  Canon 80D, Tokina 11-16mm
12mm, 1/13sec, f/11, ISO100
Formatt Hitech firecrest polariser and 3 stop grad
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy tripod

South Stack | Anglesey

- 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
- All proceeds to PSC Support

We'd headed to Anglesey for the day, first Llanddwyn, and then on to South Stack in the hope of a nice sunset. Which Rich, Jim and Neil shot from the steps, I thought I'd try a wider view from the hillside above. Wandering up the path, I found myself at the old lookout shelter, and it's clear why they built it there.

The light didn't last for sunset, but this break in the clouds made for some lovely rays out to sea.

Canon 80D, Tokina 11-16mm
12mm, 1/13sec, f/11, ISO100
Formatt Hitech firecrest polariser and 3 stop grad
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy tripod
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Fantastic shot!

One of my hopes with the calendar was to beat the £687 raised last year for PSC Support*  Im really excited that the total now stands at just under £50 shy of that amount.  As the production costs are now covered, 100% of the sale price goes to the charity -so that means that either selling six A4s or four A3s will take the total past that milestone!  If youd like to help push it over the line, that would be utterly fantastic!  And of course - HUGE thanks to everyone who has bought them and shared posts already. Youre all stars, and it means a great deal to me.  http://kieranmetcalfephotography.co.uk/calendar  For more information about the charity and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, visit http://pscsupport.org.uk  (*Facebook appears to be a bit broken and wont let me tag them...!)

One of my hopes with the calendar was to beat the £687 raised last year for PSC Support*

I'm really excited that the total now stands at just under £50 shy of that amount.

As the production costs are now covered, 100% of the sale price goes to the charity -so that means that either selling six A4s or four A3s will take the total past that milestone!

If you'd like to help push it over the line, that would be utterly fantastic!

And of course - HUGE thanks to everyone who has bought them and shared posts already. You're all stars, and it means a great deal to me.

kieranmetcalfephotography.co.uk/calendar

For more information about the charity and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, visit pscsupport.org.uk

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Oddly, FB will let me tag the charity here: PSC Support

Thank you so much for all your support Kieran!

That's such good news! Well done! I bought an A3 earlier, and would like to order an A4 one

Fab! When is the exhibition Kieran?

Ashopton Autumn | Peak District National Park  - 2020 Calendars in aid of PSC Support
- All proceeds to the charity : bit.ly/kmcal2020  Another shot taken from the water with Discover Ladybower and Lets Go Peak District. The fog was lifting off the water, but hanging wonderfully on the hills and revealing the peak autumn colours on the trees.  Canon 80D, EF 70-200mm
104mm, 1/160sec, f/6.3, ISO250
Handheld

Ashopton Autumn | Peak District National Park

- 2020 Calendars in aid of PSC Support
- All proceeds to the charity : bit.ly/kmcal2020

Another shot taken from the water with Discover Ladybower and Let's Go Peak District. The fog was lifting off the water, but hanging wonderfully on the hills and revealing the peak autumn colours on the trees.

Canon 80D, EF 70-200mm
104mm, 1/160sec, f/6.3, ISO250
Handheld
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Ooooh I do like this one, and you’re at risk of turning me into Kenneth Williams with these kinds of reactions!!

Fantastic shot, great colours and composition and so atmospheric!

The Roman Bridge | Penmachno, Snowdonia  ** 2020 Charity Calendars - 100% of profits to PSC Support
** Only a few sales away from beating last years total! 
** bit.ly/kmcal2020  A classic shot, although not as often visited as its nearby neighbour the fairy glen. Theres not a lot of scope for different compositions (I do have a tight / zoomed in version, but its a bit random if you dont know the full scene).  This image will always have a bit of a backstory for me too - theres a second, more modern bridge in the background, which takes the road over the river. Thats the bridge I dropped my camera off, onto rocks just inches from the water. Still cant believe it carried on working!  Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
43mm, 4 sec, f/7.1, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Firecrest 6 Stop ND
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy Tripod

The Roman Bridge | Penmachno, Snowdonia

** 2020 Charity Calendars - 100% of profits to PSC Support
** Only a few sales away from beating last year's total!
** bit.ly/kmcal2020

A classic shot, although not as often visited as it's nearby neighbour 'the fairy glen'. There's not a lot of scope for different compositions (I do have a tight / zoomed in version, but it's a bit random if you don't know the full scene).

This image will always have a bit of a backstory for me too - there's a second, more modern bridge in the background, which takes the road over the river. That's the bridge I dropped my camera off, onto rocks just inches from the water. Still can't believe it carried on working!

Canon 80D, EF-S 17-55mm
43mm, 4 sec, f/7.1, ISO100
Formatt Hitech Firecrest 6 Stop ND
3 Legged Thing Punks Billy Tripod
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Beautiful

I see Frodo and Aragorn on the top of that bridge! Awesome!

Wonderful sir and I do love a story behind a scene! Is this a 1x1 crop for something completely different (cue month python boot 🥾)....

A magical image Kieran.

Beautiful!

Wonderful photo

My life would be fulfilled if I could take just one photo like that.....

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Ladybower Boats | Peak District National Park  ** 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
** All proceeds to PSC Support UK  When we set off on our Lets Go Peak District boat tour with Discover Ladybower, we sailed into pretty think fog lying over the reservoir. Im very glad Troy knows it like the back of his hand!  We passed these 3 boats moored up in the murk and I couldnt resist taking a shot as we chugged by.  Canon 80D, EF-S 17-15mm
28mm, 1/250sec, f/5.6, ISO100
Handheld

Ladybower Boats | Peak District National Park

** 2020 Charity Calendars : bit.ly/kmcal2020
** All proceeds to PSC Support UK

When we set off on our Let's Go Peak District boat tour with Discover Ladybower, we sailed into pretty think fog lying over the reservoir. I'm very glad Troy knows it like the back of his hand!

We passed these 3 boats moored up in the murk and I couldn't resist taking a shot as we chugged by.

Canon 80D, EF-S 17-15mm
28mm, 1/250sec, f/5.6, ISO100
Handheld
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Given the snow has hit the high ground, I thought Id share this image from my 2020 Calendar called Haweswater  Ive had a few new followers again recently, so to fill everyone in who may not be aware, all the proceeds are going to PSC Support UK. Theyre ideal for gifts and now the costs have been covered 100% of the sale price goes to the charity.  PSC Support help sufferers of a rare, auto-immune liver disease called Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis and fund research into a cure.  Its a cause which is important to me as, while Im in good health at the moment, I have the condition. Raising money by selling the calendar is me doing what I can to pay it forward for those who are really struggling.  If you could help by purchasing a calendar (or two?), or even by sharing this post, I would be hugely grateful - and you get the bonus of some images on your wall next year.  Information on prices and sizes at http://kieranmetcalfephotography.co.uk/calendar  Many thanks!

Given the snow has hit the high ground, I thought I'd share this image from my 2020 Calendar called "Haweswater"

I've had a few new followers again recently, so to fill everyone in who may not be aware, all the proceeds are going to PSC Support UK. They're ideal for gifts and now the costs have been covered 100% of the sale price goes to the charity.

PSC Support help sufferers of a rare, auto-immune liver disease called Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis and fund research into a cure.

It's a cause which is important to me as, while I'm in good health at the moment, I have the condition. Raising money by selling the calendar is me doing what I can to pay it forward for those who are really struggling.

If you could help by purchasing a calendar (or two?), or even by sharing this post, I would be hugely grateful - and you get the bonus of some images on your wall next year.

Information on prices and sizes at kieranmetcalfephotography.co.uk/calendar

Many thanks!
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Good luck with the PSC support calendars Kieran, and hope you continue to keep in good health also. Calendar ordered! 👍.

Beautiful

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