I’ve spent a hefty portion of the weekend focusing my energy on photography. On Saturday morning I was up early and raced to the moorlands nearby to watch the sun come up and photograph the herds of deer that are congregating in preparation for the autumn rut. It was a clear, crisp morning and the sound of bellowing stags echoed around the heathland – what a great way to start the day.
In my good mood, I headed off in search of king fishers at my local nature reserve – I had it on good authority that a pair had been making a regular appearance and I drooled over some of the photographic evidence. King fishers are on my list of ‘must photograph’ animals – needless to say, it didn’t show up.
Today I took part in a sponsored photography walk in aid of a local charity. My photography group, I Just Wanna Tek Gud Photos, spent 2 hours on a historic tour of Sheffield, taking photos along the way. The fruits of our labour will be displayed in an exhibition come November and the money from any sales will go directly to the charity.
So for today’s post, I thought I’d forego the cartoon and share a photograph or two.