This morning we drove the 5 miles from our house to Crich Memorial, it was a beautiful crisp morning with blue sky and only a few clouds. The view of Amber Valley from here is amazing, especially if you go to the top of the tower. There was an ice cold wind this morning, so the 360 degrees of exposure meant we couldn’t stay up there for long.
The tower was built in 1923 to commemorate the 11409 men of The Sherwood Foresters Regiment who gave their life in World War One and since then it has continued to be a memorial for the present Regiment. I shot in RAW with my SLR and imported the files onto the iPad with the camera connection kit. Throughout the day today I’ve managed to steal a few moments to process some of the shots in an app called Snapseed.
Post created on Blogsy for iPad.