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Landscape Photography | 200 miles for 3 images – Viral Trends

Landscape Photography | 200 miles for 3 images

As I’d set a bit of a challenge to the lads I thought I ought to get my backside in gear & find a location . A fabulous morning after a long drive to Thurne in Norfolk arriving just in time for an amazing sunrise . The location did not disappoint & was well worth very second of the 3 1/2 hr drive & 3am start !

Camera gear :
Nikon D7200
Nikon 17-55mm lens
Nikon 70-200mm f2.8
Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6mm
Tamron 90mm macro
Vanguard VEO 264b Tripod

Filters :
Landscape polariser
ND Grads soft edge & hard edge
10 Stop
Set of 3 ND polyester filters

Hitech –
Reverse Grad

Lowe-pro flipside 400 bag

Vlog gear is very basic , selfie stick , lapel mic & furry cover to reduce wind noise ……I’m trying to keep it simple so it doesn’t over take the photography .

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Main Camping gear :
Vango Banshee 200 tent
OEX Phoxx 1 Tent
Neoair Thermarest sleep mat
Hi-Gear dreamer self inflating pillow
OEX Leviathan sleeping bag


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  1. Wow! What a beautiful sunrise , Lynne ๐Ÿ™‚ Those colours are just stunning! Love the concept of the shoot, nothing like a challenge ๐Ÿ™‚ Thrilled that it was so worth it! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Awesome vlog as usual Lynne! That last B&W image is an absolute corker!! Thatโ€™d be straight to print and on my wall….!
    Canโ€™t wait to get down to Norfolk in June ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ Iโ€™ll definitely be going here!

  3. Interesting vlog as usual lynne, well worth the drive for those shots, really like the first with the stunning colour and also the composite of the b&w photo. Itโ€™s like doing a virtual tour of the uk watching your vlogs and really enjoyable ,look forward to seeing where you go next ๐Ÿ‘.

  4. Norfolk is definitely a place to spend time, it is my go to place when I want to get away from it all. I would recommend Happisburgh for some interesting โ€˜thingsโ€™ to photograph but you do have to be there with the right weather and it is on the coast. I have now put Thurne on my list of places to visit, from the 3 photographs is looks like it was well worth the 3am alarm!!

  5. Great video Lynne as always. I was certainly worth getting for. The images were awesome, although the B&W wasn't my favourite but hey that's just me, it works but I'm not the biggest fan of black and white. That sky looked amazing especially with the long exposure. Looking forward to the next one!!๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  6. Thats a nice coincidence. I am going to be working down in Norfolk very soon and was thinking of staying over one weekend and finding a place to shoot. I think you may have helped me find one of my locations. Never photographed any of Norfolk, its a bit of a bugger to get to from Chesterfield.

  7. Hi lynne,trumpton time ……windy miller, huw pew ,barney mchugh and so on!!
    The birds eye waffle much enjoyed as ever ๐Ÿ˜
    We did the broads way back as a change from our twice yearly canal barge holidays …
    We were Board to tears on the Broads!! Dead flat water,wild life risking death from over zelos motor cruisers.
    But…..our sanity was the windmills,most of which we could moor and explore.
    The workings of these wonderful mills in wood amazing,wing span massive.
    I know we laugh Lynne when we comment each vlog but seriously girl……..these stills are truly superb,and capture the atmosphere, stillness perfect .
    The colours are quite breathtaking ,and I remember these sunrises xsets just as you have captured them๐Ÿ‘Œ
    For me I was back on my holiday again,and I can honestly say ….what I remember seeing you captured to a tee .
    The sound of the wildlife and the blinking ducks !!made it all the more true.
    So my friend as ever THANKYOU for my trip out๐Ÿ‘
    Continue to give us the pleasure ,laughter,and waffle that is L L J!๐Ÿ’—

  8. Hello Lynne, some very good images there. I didn't quite understand what exactly you were hoping for, but I opened Google maps for the location. They always show some images on the left side of the maps and there was a good pic of the mill with the sunrise not too far to the right. Seemed like it must have been in summer so I had a look at TPE and had to set a date in June to find a sunrise in a similar location (at around 4.30am) – and even then possibly when viewing from across the river.

  9. Maybe only three images Lynne, but they're three cracking images! Definitely worth the effort of an early start and long drive (not forgetting the drive back). I cannot decide between image two or three as to my favourite so I'll just call it a tie. Thanks for the vlog.

  10. Great vlog and images, 200 miles and 3 1/2 hour drive, that is serious dedication, but as you said the images captured, the trip was worth it! Thanks for sharing

  11. Looks like you had a cracking sunrise. Photographed Thurne a few times in the last couple of years. One thing to be aware of is that the windpump is active day to day and you never know which direction the sails will be pointing when you arrive ๐Ÿ™‚ Some good shots across the water to the little cottage on misty days as well.

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