As usual, and much to my wife's annoyance, I took my camera on a stroll around a National Trust garden (this time, Nymans). I tried out a new monopod, which I found completely alien. In fact there were a few occasions when I realised I could get a much better shot if I took the camera off the monopod. Another learning experience. Whilst editing, I has another lesson - when filming, I often pay far too much attention to the buidlings, when I end up using much more footage of flowers and people. So, next time I will film with the thought that building shots are the establishing shots, whilst the wildlife (including the people) are the real subjects.