Old Man of Stor, Isle of Skye
Old Man of Stor, Isle of Skye
|Dimensions||100 x 80 x 20 cm|
Large Panoramic 100x50cm, Small Panoramic 70x40cm
Light Oak Effect, Flat Black, Bevelled Cherry, Bevelled Black
Tuesday - Saturday : 10am - 4pm
Sunday : Closed
Telephone : 01823 490952
Mobile : 07912 669 666
Email : email@example.com
Well here goes - the Christmas sale period is about to start again, seems to come around so quickly!
We will have our mobile gallery display at the "Living Crafts for Christmas" show at BLENHEIM PALACE, Woodstock, Oxfordshire on Thursday 16th - Sunday 19th November incl. If you are in the area come along and browse the images we have available, they make lovely long lasting presents or maybe treat your own home to new picture.
As a result of use being at Blenheim please note the Willows Gallery will be closed on Weds - Fri this week, but open on Saturday as usual, sorry for any inconvenience but can't be in two places at once! :) ... See MoreSee Less
Another of the "big views" I went for last week in the Lake District was this view from Gowbarrow Fell, nr Aira Force, looking over Ullswater. The shot needs doing fairly early in the morning to not only get the warm lighting effect but also the angle as the sun rises off to the left over the fells. I arrived around 7.15am and walked up onto the fell and found my chosen position, a slight variation on one I had tried earlier in the week when conditions were more hazy, and watched as the sun rose and gradually illuminated the scene by around 8.20am. I had just a few minutes of the light being on the foreground fields and trees and on Glenridding and the fells towards Catseye Cam beyond. Note the first snows of the winter just visible on the higher fells in the background. Shot "in the bag" I then descended back to the car in search of more possibilities but was thwarted in further attempts until after breakfast back at the cottage.
Canon EOS 5DS, Canon 24-105mm f4 L lens @ 35mm, Lee 0.6 medium grad, Lee Polariser. 1/8th sec @ f11. ISO 200. ... See MoreSee Less
Another image from last weeks trip to the Lake District for this evening. This one took three morning visits to the location for sunrise as I could see the potential of the light as the sun rose behind Fleetwith Pike and illuminated the field behind the trees along the shore of Buttermere. Cloud thwarted me on two mornings (and I've been there before in the past!), but on the third morning conditions were good and a long wait ensued for the sun to rise and "play the light" across the scene whilst also hoping that thermals wouldn't spoil the otherwise still surface of the lake and ruin the reflections. After a while the sun then broke over Fleetwith Pike so a quick change of setting to capture a "starburst" of the sun and I had got my shot. 😀
Canon EOS 5DS, Canon 17-40mm f4 L lens, Lee 0.6 medium ND grad, Lee 0.9 full ND. 8 secs @ f13. ... See MoreSee Less