David Mooney – Hebrides


David - I love this unusual viewpoint of the stones. We see so many images taken from the same perspective at Callanish which have the same sunrise/ sunset feel. I think that this photograph actually says so much more about the Hebrides than any sunset could do. After all, we don’t go to the herbides for beautiful weather. My own love of the Hebrides stems from its wild, stormy changeable weather, remote wild open landscapes and it’s history and connection with the land. This image I feel sums all that up so nicely. I also love the way that the foreground stone is inviting you in the image with its intricate patterns and detail. The black and white was the best choice in processing this photograph to enhance that stormy and wild feel.
David, I love your intent and passionate pursuit of landscape photography


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