Following the tragedy at Grenfell every tower block in the country was inspected to avoid the same from happening. Upon further inspection the tower blocks of Horatia and Leamington were found to be structurally unsound and were this evacuated. This has resulted in two twenty story flat blocks that should be bursting with light andContinue reading “Horatia and Leamington”
Loving the clear winter sky’s recently! Snapped this beauty at Queen Elizabeth Country Park in Horndean earlier this week.
The Milky Way is something I’ve always wanted to photograph but needed to enthuse myself to get out and do it. Recently on a camping trip in the New Forest I trekked out to Hurst Castle at about 1am and finally captured one! This has ignighted a growing spark for astro-photography and I hope isContinue reading “Milky Way over Hurst Castle”
Today I found myself obsessed with the autumn sky and the tree line cast against it. This time of the year is my favourite with so much change in the air. Blog page on website at this link: http://andrewpaulhayward.com/23rd-october-2016.html
Took a trip to London at the weekend which is always fun and while our way to our intended show we came across an exhibition of aerial photography hosted at the Royal Geographical Society. The collection consisted of many exciting photographs of parts of the United Kingdom taken from the air. The thing that excitedContinue reading “Inspiration from the sky”
I love a good filter, whether it’s doing something fancy like extending your exposure or serving a purpose like a UV filter to protect the front element of your lens. One of my particular favourite filters is a Circular Polar. They serve a whole range of purposes which include helping to remove a shine fromContinue reading “The Power of Filters”