We had a great morning on the Wirral Way, visiting
Hadlow Station a stunning piece of history
which is a preserved station platform. Apart from
the arched bridges it is the best preserved piece of architecture
on the Wirral Way. In years gone by it formed part of the
railways to feed the docks at Neston and Parkgate. It has been
amazingly transformed over the years to be a long distance
path. Used by the people of Wirral to walk the length
of the Wirral and enjoy our stunning countryside.
Using Photoshop I have adjusted the colour tones
to a red/burgundy tone to help revive
the image from the washed out rainy day setting
we walked in. I think it gives a more realistic
look of olde world and a sense of history.
Just managed to grab a photo on my phone of a gathering storm
coming over the River Dee Estuary. Taken from Neston just
by the the site old port I just happened to catch a small burst
of sun on a bleak outline of dark cloud. A couple of tweaks with
the foreground make the marsh grasses more even, you can
see the alteration in the image that hasn’t been framed.
It makes all the difference and doesn’t take your eye from the
drama of the clouds.
You can visit our online store to see how it looks
Walking can throw up some interesting images that
can be used for wall art.
An overcast morning walk delivered this little
image to us, trying to dodge the morning hordes
that would soon be descending onto the beach, we walked
as the sun started to rise. it has been transformed into
a little piece of artwork and one
for the portfolio.
Covid day walks sometimes feel a bit forced and uninspiring.
Below are just some of the images recording a couple of the local
walks that were used during the local restrictions.
Grapping walks and space where we could.