As Paul Caponigro says “For a photograph to be anything other than purely a record of a scene it must reveal or expose something about the subject, evoke a feeling or capture a moment that tells a story.” For me landscape photography is about just that, revealing, evoking the spirit, or capturing the evanescent mood and moment of a place – its power, drama, beauty or serenity, whatever I happen to feel about it at that instant. My images are a visceral reaction to the landscape, the result of sensory immersion in the interaction of sea, sky and shore. It is the...
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