Four ways of seeing a well-known landmark.
It has to be done – the view from Kinnoull Hill, past the folly looking along the River Tay wending its way through the Carse of Gowrie. I made this photo partly because some scenes have to be done, and partly to test a new Carl Zeiss 50mm Tessar f/2.8 lens acquired for surprisingly-cheap on […]
One of my favourite views – from above Monzie, looking along Strathearn to Glen Turret. There’s a Highland Boundary Fault in there somewhere, too.
Mist rising on Ben Lawers, taken from Kenmore on Loch Tay
A few photos from a trip around Derbyshire.
One of my favoured parts of North Yorkshire’s scenery is the well-known waterfall at West Burton. Always good for a bit of classical landscape photography, exploring both context and closeup (“intimate landscape”); it’s also quite fun to compare with other people’s views of the same location, although I envy anyone who manages to get good […]
Advanced photographic techniques for long exposure landscapes.