Pamela Leadbetter – Hebrides
Another unassuming lady with hidden talents. I have always known that the greatest talents lie within the most quiet and modest people.And the past two weeks confirm this for me.
I chose this particular image as it sums up the Hebrides in the most incredibly unique way. A multiple exposure which combines the Hebridean colours of land and sea with a nod to structure and living within the landscape.
The colours and textures are simply perfectly fitting to the islands and it shows how Pamela really absorbed the feel of the place- its history, people and landscape and interpreted that into one single image.
I respond instantly to it because it reminds me of everything I fell in love with when I first visited the Hebrides all those years ago.
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