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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios

This issue our 4×4 landscape photography portfolio features are from subscribers: Anette Holt, Justine Ritchie, Mark Hunneybell & Philip Moylan Continue reading → more

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Broken Reflections of York

This set of images were taken in York (England) just after a heavy period of rain. I decided to take advantage of the newly fallen rain by looking for interesting reflections in the numerous puddles Continue reading → more

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Gorm

‘Gorm’ is the Scottish Gaelic word for blue – ‘Cairngorm’ meaning ‘blue mountain’. The light in this area bathes the landscape in a surreal array of blues as described in the above quote by Nan Shepherd. Continue reading → more

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Colours of Iceland

I love the strong colours within the landscape, the yellow lichen growing on the hillsides, the fluorescent green of moss growing on wet rocks, the stark contrast between the black lava and the remnants of snow. Continue reading → more

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Touching the Surface

In my 40 years of surveilling for special locations to self advantage colour imaging, I happened upon several “sacred” places, temples if you will, which provided an opportunity for a wide colour gamut of reflected light on fluid surfaces. Continue reading → more

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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios

This issue our 4×4 landscape photography portfolio features are from subscribers: Craig Scoffone, Derrick Golland, Peter Grutter, Xavier Arnau Bofarull. Continue reading → more

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As the seasons go by

The Autumn has arrived with his colourful magnificence again, I had the possibility to take pictures, and the world still exists, although sad to say, crazier. Continue reading → more

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12×12

The Seetal is close to Lucerne and being close to the alps and with several lakes nearby it is the perfect location for landscape photography endeavours. Continue reading → more

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Portrait of a river

The river flows a little over 100 metres from my Herefordshire living room. It is only just over 12 miles long and rarely 3 metres wide. In fact, in other places, it might be known as a stream. Continue reading → more

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The very abstract, of the very natural

I like to create imagery with more unique qualities, than often the case with such beautiful, but accurate, photo imagery that has already been done Continue reading → more

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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios

This issue our 4×4 landscape photography portfolio features are from subscribers: Cendrine Marrouat, Guy Washburn, Larry Mendenhall & Peter Richter Continue reading → more

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Austrian Treescapes – Square Studies

Photographing forests and trees belong to the main areas of interest for me. It is an exciting and rewarding challenge in my opinion to explore the possibilities of framing a scene within the square format. Continue reading → more

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Undiscovered Country

Driving through an all-too-familiar landscape on a foggy day becomes a trip through undiscovered country. The windmill in a field that – on a bright, sunny day – would border on the trite now is a great photo opportunity. Continue reading → more

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In praise of anthocyanin. And carotenoids too…

Each year here in New England a marvellous transformation takes place. As days shorten and the nights get colder, the green chlorophyll that lets leaves provide nutrients to the trees all summer gets put away for one last flourish. Continue reading → more

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Water’s Alive

This mini-set of photos features three different locations: Kauai (Hawaii), Lake Louise and Herbert Lake. They are among my favourite spots in the world. Continue reading → more

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