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During the trip to Scotland in October, we drove right down to the end of Glen Etive to where the Loch starts. As was the way that week the weather was very overcast with rain in the air. In between … Continue reading
Tagged black and white, clouds, landscape, Loch Etive, low cloud, monochrome, moody landscape, outdoors, photography, rocks, Scotland, trees, water
This gallery contains 2 photos.
This was taken during the same day out as my last post here. A nice August day with people enjoying the sun and the scenery at Monsal Head in the Peak District, Derbyshire. It’s a popular spot with a lovely … Continue reading
Tagged candid, colour manipulation, countryside, Derbyshire, Monsal Head, outdoors, Peak District National Park, people, photography, street photography, trees, women
During my holiday in July i stopped off at campsite on the edge of Glastonbury so i could have a day out with a friend who lives in nearby Wells. After a great day out we took a wander around … Continue reading
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Tagged blue sky, building, church, photography, reflection, Somerset, summer, trees, UK, wall, water, Wells Cathedral
They put me down, they bullied me, they tried to strip me of my dignity, then they beat me and thought they were rid of me forever…. But i’m stronger than they could ever imagine. I’m invincible! They … Continue reading
September 9, 2014
Tagged art nude photography, black and white photography, bullied, concept, living, male nude, male nude photography, monochrome photography, naked male, nude, nudity, outdoor nudity, photography, survival, surviving, trees, woodland
I’m on a bit of a road trip at the moment to celebrate my birthday, which was a few days ago. I had a couple of nights on a really lovely campsite (Paddington Farm Trust) on the outskirts of Glastonbury. … Continue reading
It’s an old saying, “Less is more!”, and can mean many things depending on the context. I think of this in my photography sometimes. When looking for an interesting composition you have to consider all options. At one time i … Continue reading
I probably don’t look at reflections as much as i should, but walking with a friend on a local park the other day gave me the chance to see this in the river. P.T