Anyone else getting excited about Autumn?

Going through my blog posts and swapping everything from Flickr to Squarespace has made me a little nostalgic for everyone’s (and I mean everyone had one) Autumn posts about coffee, thick tights and wooly scarves. I can however share some photos of the gorgeous colours and light of Autumn, so that ticks one of the boxes at least.

I’ll definitely be making time to go take photos this Autumn I think!

Camera: Canon EOS 750
Film: Lomography CN 400 (perfect for Autumn!)
Location: Roundhay Park, Leeds


A little while ago there was some discussion about waterfalls (hence the title of this post) and rather amusingly for me - it was also the time that we visited the village with the highest concentration of waterfalls in the UK - Keld. Within one kilometre there are 9 significant waterfalls and luckily for us there is public access to 6 of them! The village itself is really small and quaint and at the time it had snowed however that didn’t stop us from catching the local bus to the village and trying to see as many of the waterfalls as we could.


In the end we saw 4 of the 6 close up and saw the other two from a distance, the conditions after the snow and ice were just a little too risky for the two we didn’t see - but the walk and other waterfalls more than made up for it. I would highly recommend the waterfall walk in Keld if you’re ever in the area.

Camera: Canon EOS 750
Film: Lomo CN 400
Location, Keld, Yorkshire Dales

Flower love

It feels like its been ages since I shared some flower photos (though it probably isn’t really) so here are some lovely ones that I spotted in Tropical World in Leeds. I have other photos to share but I had to share these first of course.

No surprise that I’m particularly taken with the yellow ones especially - and actually I’m really pleased that I got the colour ok with the scanning of that photo too.

Camera: Minolta X-500
Film: Lomography CN 400
Tropical World, Leeds