July 13

Black Wood

This is an exploratory set caught in a new location for me, Black Wood on the slopes of Loch Rannoch in the Scottish Highlands. There’s lots of material for me here and I’ll be building a few projects from here.

So for now, here’s my first foray… nothing too serious or challenging. The images were taken by a lightweight camera, without support, and they’re processed to give a natural rendition of this woodland on a bright, hot July day. Not the best conditions for woodland photography, but at least I was given an initial taste of what I may be able to do here. No doubt there’ll be another journal entry from this place later in the year.

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  1. You have captured the spirit of the wood. I love old trees, l sees stag’s head in photo no.2

    1. Thank you Jennifer. Black Wood is probably one of the most pristine, wilderness places I’ve been to. A true remnant of what once covered much of our landscape. Thank you for pointing out the stag’s head too, I hadn’t seen that before.

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