I’m a big fan of hazy telephoto landscapes. I rarely shoot landscapes using a wide angle lens, preferring the foreshortening effect of a longer lens.
I had a really enjoyable photo-shoot one afternoon. I was driving north to Berwick on the border with Scotland for a meeting and set off early so I could grab some photos along the way. Because I had time, on the way I turned off towards Wooler and the Cheviot hills. The low winter sun and haziness creates some amazing light that was constantly changing. Here are my fist couple of photos from that shoot.
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