I always think there’s something hauntingly beautiful about trees in winter. I’ve left this shot in colour, but it’s almost black and white. The skyscape seemed to be a fitting herald for the forecast snow. I wonder how many snowstorms that tree has faced?It's kind to share!
Looking upwards can be especially good when you think you’ve run out of ideas – in photography, or more generally! Oh, how we tend to look just in front of us! This shot was taken on a bright January day, last year. The view made me stop and think, before I raised my camera.
Look ahead, look down, look sideways, look behind you, even. But don’t forget to look up.
One day this past week, I was on a short routine journey over country roads, and had briefly stopped (yes, you’ve guessed it – to photograph something else!) when I looked round and saw this skyscape. I had literally seconds to capture it, before the drama was over. This is why I say that I collect moments.It's kind to share!