Capturing the magic #bluehour in the #mountains


There’s a time in the day that is known to the the photographers as the “Blue Hour”. It’s basically the lenght of time in between the sunset and moonrise. One of the problems you might encounter in the mountains waiting for the blue hour, is that it gets very cold and you can freeze as that it’s one of the coldest moment of the day. However, if taking stunning pictures is what you like doing, the blue hour is the best time to achieve that result.


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A Beautiful Landscape Of The Surrey Countryside – Painshill Park

On one of my journeys to explore the Surrey countryside, I’ve found this beautiful place: Painshill Park




I like to explore the British countryside, particularly the Surrey Hills and surrounding area.
Most of this is categorised as AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), and it’s beautiful indeed.
The British weather being so changeable makes every day a surprise, one moment it’s raining, then it’s sunny, and so on.
Therefore, the day of this particular landscape photograph, it was raining and I was on my way back home thinking that the weather wasn’t going to improve. All of a sudden, the wind picked up and the clouds started to dissipate, so I decided to go visit a beautiful place called Painshill Park.
I went for a long walk all over the park, and I came out with this shot, which I’m very pleased with, and which has made it to Surrey Life magazine.

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