Birds born in a cage think flying is an illness.
4th December, Wednesday — Reblog
Edinburgh autumns are the best, truly. #landscape #picoftheday #photooftheday #scotland #edinburgh24th November, Sunday — Reblog
Abandoned ships on the Isle of Mull, Scotland. Here I used a graduated neutral density filter for the sky, and a circular polarizer for colour.
Photography: Elizabeth May10th November, Sunday — Reblog
Abandoned boats and clouds. #landscape #picoftheday #photooftheday #scotland #mull #landscape27th October, Sunday — Reblog
Such a lovely day in the burgh! #landscape #picoftheday #photooftheday #scotland #edinburgh26th October, Saturday — Reblog
Such a beautiful view. :) #picoftheday #photooftheday #scotland #edinburgh #landscape22nd October, Tuesday — Reblog
asked: My goal in life before I die is to meet you and get a hug :D You've been my favourite model and photographer for four years now. I nearly have all the books with your photography on and I'm hoping to get your book as a christmas present <3
Thank you so much! I’d be honoured to meet you and give you a hug. :)
8th October, Tuesday — Reblog
A beautiful beach on the island of Iona, Scotland. Graduated neutral density filter + circular polarizer.
by Elizabeth May5th October, Saturday — Reblog
Beautiful bay in Mull. #landscape #picoftheday #photooftheday #scotland #mull5th October, Saturday — Reblog
asked: How come you don't take as many self portraits as your used to?
Self portraiture was great practice at learning to take pictures of people, and learning how the camera works. But too much of it, and people began to label me “model” before “photographer.”
So the challenge of learning a different type of photography is good for me. Travelling and hiking and rock climbing and trekking through the mud and rain for that perfect shot on a mountaintop … makes me feel amazing in a way that taking self-portraits didn’t. So I suppose that’s why.
29th September, Sunday — Reblog