This afternoon I headed out on to the Trans Pennine Trail – a short walk from home. I headed there for multiple reasons.
Firstly I wanted to check on the Geocaches along the trail that I am responsible for. (If you don’t know what Geocaching is it is a global treasure hunt using satellite navigation systems to find small containers hidden in different places).
It was a great chance to also create some images along the way. This image of a person walking along the trail towards “The Pyramid” is my favourite from the set. I chose to convert it to black and white to give it more of a reportage/street photography look.
Settings: 1/4000s, f/5.6, ISO 640. Lens: EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM @98 mm.
You can see the other images from this shoot here: http://photos.imb.biz/travel/uk/stockport2003
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