Jeremy Lintott – Hebrides


I've spoken before about Jeremy and they way he has such a wonderful way of interacting with the landscape. He is an example of someone who, like me, enjoys literally being immersed in the scene. Jeremy was always the first to wade in there, in a really quiet and confident manner.

I chose this image to admire because it is a lovely example of how open Jeremy was to experimenting and playing with the scene. I love the softness and the Hebridean colours that run gently through the images and also the fact that it isn’t a descriptive image. I am also a big fan of breaking the rules as we all know by now! And this one definitely does that, in the most successful way. There’s a very definite style through all of Jeremy’s images and to me, they are all very strong, quiet and beautiful. Looking forward to seeing more of your work!


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