I’ve not been getting out nearly as much as I had promised myself this autumn. So before the clocks went back I took to Brincliffe Edge Woods in Nether Edge, Sheffield. These woods are just behind my home, so are a good place to head to to get my creative fix straight after work.
Having just got a dog in the summer (Udal, the part poodle) I’m becoming increasingly familiar with these woods, now that I have a legitimate reason to walk through them with being thought of as a nutter walking through them on my own! The woods about 120 years ago were farm land. So the fine houses on Brincliffe Edge Road, would have had views across a valley that is now full of 1930’s style semi’s, but then would have been farm land. At some point I *think* the woods were allotments, as there are some regular rows of privet in some parts of the woods, and they do now overlook the local allotments.
So here is a small collection from my wander around the woods in the fading light, taken mainly on Fujifilm Provia to allow for some long exposures on my Bronica SQa.