There are plans being discussed about traveling back to England in mid December. By then it will be winter which photography wise will present a new set of situations and compositions I'm not often in contact with. Normally I'm stuck in the middle of a chaotic market, in a temple or walking around a bustling high rise city.
Cambridge is very much a postcard type of city. A lot of the views are extremely picturesque and could easily make it onto a postcard or calendar showcasing the best of British cities. Of course, it's one thing to see it with your eyes and another to actually compose and produce a decent photograph.
As I was passing over one of Cambridge's many bridges a punt passed underneath. I stopped to watch it progress whilst taking photos. I like the different aspects to this photo - the autumnal colours in the trees, the punts as well as the two people standing on the far bridge.
It's my attempt at a Cambridge postcard.
Canon 400D, EFS 17 - 85mm f4 - 5.6; 85mm, f5.6, 1/160, ISO 100