When out in the countryside, sometimes, instead of photographing sweeping landscapes, sometimes it’s nice to keep it a bit more minimal. Maybe use the curve of a hill against the sky.
Following on from my last blog post walking up Kinder Scout in the Peak District, here are three landscapes that i tried to keep minimal.
I like the way the two dry stone walls are almost parallel in contrast to the curve of the hill and the blue sky.
Although the foreground looks busy with the grasses and heather, the eye is mainly drawn towards the line between the hill and the sky. Also, the single post draws you in as well.
Here i wanted to use the hills, but keep the sky as the majority of the image. The blueness and a few wispy clouds work really well.
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