Now Moved to 'Message in a Milk Bottle' - http://messageinamilkbottle.blogspot.co.uk
Beautiful - love the texture of the grass. I thought you avoided people in your photographs.
Hello Wolynski.You are right. I do avoid taking photos of people; in part because I'm not very good at it but more because I don't like to intrude on people without their permission - and they tend to be out of place in the kind of pictures I take anyway (which are generally very precisely focused in choice of subject matter).So . . . I hummed and ha-ed a little over this picture and decided to use it. This little group of figures seems part of the landscape and none of them are recognisable as individuals. (And I try not to be too confined by my own rules either!)Lucy
Feeling: endless...you could walk and walk,until you're gone, vanished...
Sorry not been about much recently, having a break from my blog too until last week.Liked the title ... drew me in as I thought it would be a balancing act in a butchers! Seriously, the shot into the light really evokes an atmosphere and the line of the light is like a fracture on the land.
Hello Blogitse.It does have that atmosphere, doesn't it?And at the same time . . . the walkers are walking into it in such a companionable way.Lucy
Hello Gordon.Hope you feel refreshed after the break.I saw, the other day, that you had posted . . . but, having read, had nothing to say so . . . er . . . didn't.Odd, isn't it, that this stretch of land is called 'The Ham'? I don't know how it got its name.Lucy
Hi Lucy,One of the things I like about your photos, is that you aren't afraid to take them "into" the sunlight. I do it quite a bit myself
Hello Pat.It's the result of having read no books on photography!Lucy
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