First stop in our trip to the Pacific North West brought us to Eugene, OR. We’d been so busy before we left that we hadn’t done much planning on what to do, but once we got orientated it seemed pretty obvious. Highway 126 runs from the coast through Eugene »
This trip was brought on by a number of inspirations (some of which came to me on my previous visit)photographing the mountains with snow on themnot worry about getting around in the snow by taking the train (or bus)taking photographs from the trainin case the train wasn’t working »
Today is a day for moving my base, from Dundonnell to Gairloch. It started out bright enough, and I had a great time climbing up alongside Ardessie Falls. It was as if the whole hillside was alive with water, with the actual occasional falls as highlights. Perhaps most amazing »
Inverness was everything I hoped for, seemingly the most temperate area, certainly north of the Central Belt; a good location for heading out to explore, even down to London; and lots going on in the arts and technology, a hub for the highlands and islands.
Everywhere I went »
On the Isle of Harris, I drove south from Tarbert along the west side of the island. I stopped for a few hours on the A859 at a couple of places around Seilebost. Every which way I pointed the camera, there was a new idea of how to make »
Every so often something comes along to remind me of the folly of thinking that I might have figured how to fully develop my photographs into the prints I want to make. This is one example. I was reading about ways Impressionist painters used color, especially in the sky, »