Monthly Archives: October 2013

Trees

I mentioned in a previous post that waves are a favourite subject. Trees on the other hand are a subject that gives me great difficulty. I rarely find them inspiring and find it difficult to see compositions. This is something of a shame living in Surrey, surrounded by trees, but without a wave in sight. Every so often I make the effort to ‘try trees’ again, so here is an effort from the weekend. I’m quite pleased with this composition I feel the bands of colour and the light and dark work well to give it structure. Maybe I might get in to trees after all. Anyone who has an appreciation of trees should try this book by my fellow landscaper and much better tree photographer Dav Thomas –  With Trees .

Light and Shade

Light and Shade

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One From The Archives

For all sorts of reasons I haven’t been able to get out taking pictures very often this year, so here is a ‘new’ picture (which is actually several years old) but I have only just got around to post processing.

Stormy Constantine Bay

Stormy Constantine Bay

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