Posts from the ‘photography’ Category
I’m looking forward to my next photography exhibition in May. It is entitled Wittenham Treescapes and features a series of images taken over a five year period within a one mile radius of the villages of Long and Little Wittenham in South Oxfordshire.
The exhibition is hosted at the Sylva Wood Centre (OX14 4QT) during Oxfordshire ArtWeeks. It is open to the public between 14-22 (exc 17) May 2016. There will be a collection of other artists also exhibiting fine art and beautiful craft in wood, so there will be a lot to see.
Read more on my online ArtWeeks gallery.
A selection of my photographs will be available to purchase, and I will be there myself on both weekends.
I have released this image as a Christmas special. You can order online from just 12.00 for an A4 Giclee print on top quality archival quality photographic paper. Sizes available up to A2.
July 9, 2015
The same year that I started planting Paradise Wood, a new forest and centre for forestry research in Oxfordshire, I started recording a view of the former arable farm from the nearby vantage point of the Wittenham Clumps.
2015 is the 19th year of photographing the same view of the landscape, albeit with some gaps between some years.
My first post about this photomonitoring project provides more information about the location – read more
I like how the trees and mist look like clouds. Shot on the Winter Solstice.
View file and related images from my album: www.thetreephotographer.com/black_and_white
I’m delighted that my image — Granny Scots pine aglow — has been shortlisted in the 2014 Photo Competition run by the Forest Stewardship Council or FSC.
They want the public to vote for their favourite image via Facebook. To see my image among amazing images by other photographers, and to find out how to vote, visit the FSC website.
See more of my images at The Tree Photographer
I’ve been waiting patiently for the leaves on this field maple to fall after it was flailed again this Summer. The repeated flailing of this hedgerow maple has resulted a fantastic yet sorry form that only shows the resilience of trees to human hand.
See more of my tree photos on www.theTreePhotographer.com