just looked through your recent pics: amazing!
Super, smashing. FAB.
Thank you Sarah..I confess things have slowed up a little during the dark days of winter.Hope life is treating you well and your plans come to fruition.
Hi Frank.I think you must like it ;-)
superb landscapes...beautiful blog....happy to discover your work....;o)
oh, wow! your images always take us to such magical and mystical places, trevor! you mention the dark days of winter above and i am so so ready for the brilliant light of spring and the furious heat of summer!!! another snow day and weekend of white here!
I have not taken a sun rise/sun set photograph that turns out as good as yours,but I have just bought a new camera and am out and about practicing with it.I have posted a few of my first efforts,I hope to improve my skills or rather lack of skills,with time.You and the other photographic blogs I follow have instilled in me this interest.Thank you.
greetings trevor - just coming by to wander in your beautiful mystical hideaways over here - to feel the gentle breeze and hear the chirping of the birds -
Hi Clo.Firstly..welcome to the blog. I am glad you stopped by and commented. Thank you for the kind words.
Hi Jenean.I have had a short period of inactivity and have got some way behind. I hope you are right about "the brilliant light of spring and the furious heat of summer" that is something I am hoping and looking forward to. I hope I can continue to find dreamscapes to continue on the mystical highway and have people enjoy them.
Hello Matron.It will all come together one day.it is a learning curve and as you progress the more critical you will be of your own work. It was not so long ago I was treading the same path...and like yourself I found inspiration in other peoples work. I did like the shots of your grandchildren they were both really good.
Trevor, a very good silhouette your style varies but is becoming identifiable. Me...'The headless chicken'. Keep banging them out, I like the slightly macabre feel I get from viewing.
Hello Adrian. Missed your blog during the crash. There is a dark side to me Adrian and the Dreamscapes brings it out of me. You are far too hard on yourself and I will predict that before you finish your Gulliver Tour you will have a multitude of followers.