Stormy Sky at Robin Hood’s BayBack to processing the Robin Hood’s Bay images from late summer today.  I’d been so busy looking out to see and photographing blue sky and cloud reflections in the tide pools that I’d not noticed this storm cloud looming…Yorkshire Coast, EnglandCanon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 40mm, ISO 100, 1/6s at f22© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Stormy Sky at Robin Hood’s Bay

Back to processing the Robin Hood’s Bay images from late summer today.  I’d been so busy looking out to see and photographing blue sky and cloud reflections in the tide pools that I’d not noticed this storm cloud looming…

Yorkshire Coast, England

Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 40mm, ISO 100, 1/6s at f22

© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Stony Marl HowesHere’s another heather shot, probably the last one of the season, this time from Stony Marl Howes - Bronze Age barrows on Stony Marl Moor, part of Fylingdales Moor on the North York Moors.Stony Marl Howes, Stony Marl Moor, North York Moors, Yorkshire EnglandCanon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 26mm, ISO 100, 1/13s at f22© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Stony Marl Howes

Here’s another heather shot, probably the last one of the season, this time from Stony Marl Howes - Bronze Age barrows on Stony Marl Moor, part of Fylingdales Moor on the North York Moors.

Stony Marl Howes, Stony Marl Moor, North York Moors, Yorkshire England

Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 26mm, ISO 100, 1/13s at f22

© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Stone and Heather Blowing in the WindHere’s a final shot from the heather shoot near the top of Guise Cliff in August.  I liked the shape of the stone surrounded by the colourful heather but was a bit worried about the gusty wind being a bit on the strong side.  However, I’m rather pleased with the result - there’s enough heather that’s still and the movement due to the wind swirling around the rock adds to the image I think.near Pateley Bridge, Nidderdale, Yorkshire, EnglandCanon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 19mm, ISO 100, 1/13s at f22© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Stone and Heather Blowing in the Wind

Here’s a final shot from the heather shoot near the top of Guise Cliff in August.  I liked the shape of the stone surrounded by the colourful heather but was a bit worried about the gusty wind being a bit on the strong side.  However, I’m rather pleased with the result - there’s enough heather that’s still and the movement due to the wind swirling around the rock adds to the image I think.

near Pateley Bridge, Nidderdale, Yorkshire, England

Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 19mm, ISO 100, 1/13s at f22

© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Heather on Nought MoorHere’s another of the fabulous crop of Heather on Nought Moor last month…near Pateley Bridge, Nidderdale, Yorkshire, EnglandCanon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 40mm, ISO 100, 1/10s at f22© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Heather on Nought Moor

Here’s another of the fabulous crop of Heather on Nought Moor last month…

near Pateley Bridge, Nidderdale, Yorkshire, England

Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 40mm, ISO 100, 1/10s at f22

© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Heather in Bloom on Nought MoorOn to processing the heather images from around pateley Bridge last month now.  Here’s on from Nought Moor looking up Nidderdale towards Pateley Bridge.Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 21mm, ISO 100, 1/13s at f22© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Heather in Bloom on Nought Moor

On to processing the heather images from around pateley Bridge last month now.  Here’s on from Nought Moor looking up Nidderdale towards Pateley Bridge.

Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 21mm, ISO 100, 1/13s at f22

© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Storm Clouds and Erratic Boulder Here’s a third (and probably final) one from the shoot at Norber last month. I think this is my favourite - the storm clouds seem to suit the boulders so well. Norber, near Austwick, Crummackdale, Yorkshire Dales, England Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 17mm, ISO 100, 1/10s at f22 © 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Storm Clouds and Erratic Boulder

Here’s a third (and probably final) one from the shoot at Norber last month. I think this is my favourite - the storm clouds seem to suit the boulders so well.

Norber, near Austwick, Crummackdale, Yorkshire Dales, England

Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 17mm, ISO 100, 1/10s at f22

© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Erratic Boulder, NorberHere’s another one from the shoot at Norber last month.  I’m definitely thinking that it’s the pace to go if it looks like rain!Norber, near Austwick, Crummackdale, Yorkshire Dales, EnglandCanon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 23mm, ISO 100, 1/6s at f22© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Erratic Boulder, Norber

Here’s another one from the shoot at Norber last month.  I’m definitely thinking that it’s the pace to go if it looks like rain!

Norber, near Austwick, Crummackdale, Yorkshire Dales, England

Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 23mm, ISO 100, 1/6s at f22

© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Split Stone, NorberI had another trip to Norber after my recent visit to Settle in rather more cloudy conditions than my previous visit.  Not having had the chance to try the place at sunrise yet it certainly seems to work better in bad weather than sunshine…Norber, near Austwick, Crummackdale, Yorkshire Dales, EnglandCanon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 17mm, ISO 100, 1/6s at f22© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com

Split Stone, Norber

I had another trip to Norber after my recent visit to Settle in rather more cloudy conditions than my previous visit.  Not having had the chance to try the place at sunrise yet it certainly seems to work better in bad weather than sunshine…

Norber, near Austwick, Crummackdale, Yorkshire Dales, England

Canon EOS 5D MkII, EF17-40mm f/4L USM at 17mm, ISO 100, 1/6s at f22

© 2014 Mark Sunderland www.marksunderland.com