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DAYLIGHT COLOURS

Anderby Creek

The enchanting colours of twilight provide eternal appeal for the landscape photographer. Moreover, as darkness falls we often enjoy harnessing the potential of long-exposures. We may then allow time to reveal itself, smearing cloudy skies and water into a beautiful homogenous blur, introducing a compelling new dimension to mitigate the loss of spatial depth inherent in our two-dimensional imagery. Continue reading »

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ANDY WARHOL

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I was standing in the shallows of Ullswater one cold and cloudless morning, having composed this scene (minus the leaf) and praying for divine inspiration. Some leaves had gathered at the water’s edge behind me, including this one, a near perfect specimen.

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