More experiments with the Olympus 7-14mm lens: a study in trees around Glen Lednock.
A few photos from a stroll around some of my favourite Highland Perthshire woodland, the Black Woods of Rannoch. A great way to spend the afternoon – chilling out with camera admiring the light and shadows among the pine trees
There’s an art to this kind of abstract – seeing, reducing the scene to an interplay of lines and shapes and seeking a kind of balanced visual weight across the frame. Hence, spatial distribution – nothing so crass as having one subject on which the eye can focus, but a pleasing arrangement nonetheless.
Part two of a lunchtime stroll around Perth – floral closeups, a study in sprays of lines filling the frame. I have no idea how the dog’s ball toy got stuck in that tree.
Three views of the beach at Crail, Fife – a study in the shapes of rocks and stones.
A study of lines and shapes and forms of tree branches.
A study of space-filling tree lines around Inverawe, Argyll.
Time for something a little different, and back in the original spirit of this blog as a source for mobile photos, as well. I spotted this tree in the middle of Craigie in Perth – perhaps an unexpected location for so elegant a life-form, and testament to the selectivity of photography. Camera never lies? If […]
A study in decay.
Sometimes, when the golden hour starts immediately after work finishes for the day, one just has to go for a drive around the middle of nowhere in Perthshire. A couple of weeks ago, I stumbled across this scene along the back-road from Forgandenny to Glenfarg and was taken by the light on the undulating lines […]