Now, where was I?
A couple of days back I posted a preview image on the CADEPhotographic twitter account. The image meant quite a lot to me for a couple of reasons. One, it was of a place I had never been. Two it was a rather lovely view. Three I took the conscious decision to not photograph it fully and just take it in. The fact is that sometimes I find a place that just deserves to be looked at and taken in, but not photographed properly. With this in mind, I used it to give an insight into this blog post.
The place I visited is part of Essex Wildlife Trust, and is in Fingringhoe Wick. Having never been there I was pleasantly surprise by the scale of it and just how much there was to see, especially on such a cold day. As it is situated on the Colne Estuary it gave some wonderful views (like the one mentioned earlier) as well as a a great range of wildlife, providing me with some opportunities that were too good to miss. Certainly if you want to blow the cobwebs away and see some nature it is well worth a visit. A word of advice though, they reccomend taking 2-3 hours to do the whole site. It took me 3 to do half of it. Mind you, with so many photographic opportunities, it’s hardly surprising. Here’s just a few.
If you like these, why not pop over to the website to see the rest. It’s only a click away.