Almost 5 years since I last visited Addington Hills/Shirley Hills, I paid a visit there after a long time away, and because the weather was wonderful for the last week of February, which was a first considering a year before we had heavy snowfall, I couldn’t help but notice the skyline was slightly misty further into the distance, but the scenery was absolutely beautiful.

Seeing the skyline from Addington Hills is beautiful when the weather is nice and warm and the sun is out with a hint of a breeze. Even the concrete texture of Addington Hills is fascinating as it gives you some sort of history as to how the viewpoint was built.

The forestry around Addington Hills was fascinating, despite the odd occasional ledge me and my close friend went down when I nearly slipped, but hey, who doesn’t love an adventure?

I love an adventure that takes me places.

It was wonderful that day, making the most of the warm weather while it lasted, but going into the woods was like a whole new world to explore, though going with a close friend is better as you won’t end up getting lost.

Overall, it was an absolute joy to pay a visit to Addington Hills and I hope to go back there soon.

If you enjoyed viewing this photo-set of Addington Hills, please tell me.

If there are any improvements to my photography skills you feel I could make for next time, please feel free to comment below.

Alex Smithson

DSLR Used: Nikon D3300

Lens Used: 18 – 55 mm NIKKOR Lens

Date of Photo-Set Produced: Monday 25th February 2019

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