Golden Landscapes

Last night I attended a landscape photography talk by Charlie Waite and was inspired by his fascination for geometric shapes in the landscape and the way he used clouds to curate light and shadow in his photographs. As today was sunny, windy and partially cloudy, it offered an opportunity to get out and practice some composition myself. With Charlie’s words echoing in my ears, I approached my photography in a much more considered way, thinking about all the different elements that make up an image. Here are some of my favourites from the afternoon.


3 thoughts on “Golden Landscapes

  1. excellent photography. Unusual subjects make interesting pictures. Particularly liked picture no. 3. The corn (or Wheat) looked like rows of soldiers.


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