a small space of light
I go everywhere with a camera. I can’t help it. I have three on my desk as I write this. My family and friends put up with me clicking away with wry amusement. I’m the one that always takes the pictures at a party. The one always behind it. I can’t help it. There are so many images that just beg to be captured. You have to truly love photography to “get” it.
I love looking at light. How it shapes. Accentuates. Sharpens or softens. Wondering how I could use it. Where should I sit, lie or stand. Caressing an image into shape. Waiting for that moment. Anticipating. Holding my breath. And then it’s gone. A capture of a sliver of time. That’s how I work. Most importantly…no matter what the weather!
Scotland in Winter with the Pentax 645z
Scotland. It’s just so hard to put into words. I am like a child before I go. I screamed at the wind in frustration. I howled at the snow storms in sheer elation. I stood mute in awe.
Isle of Skye
I became that slow annoying bumbling driver that all the locals hate. Slowly chugging my way around the Isle. My mind miles away from the tarmac in front and firmly over on the horizon. I tracked the sky for days. Up Up and Up went my eyes. Drifting.
This location in Glen Coe is well known as the A82 trundles through the Glen. There is often interesting light here and I had everything crossed that something would be happening!read more
This image of Neist Point taken at the end of a day that had started with sunrise over the Trotternish Ridge. Chasing the light all the way to sunset across one side of the Isle of Skye to other, had been exhilarating.read more
The fabulous calendars, available in both compact desktop and stunning wall hanging, will feature these beautiful images. I chose to make the photographs real – to reflect the animals we all know and love. I hope that you can see your woof in what these energetic, crazy, posing and stunning creatures are getting up to.read more