Category Archives: landscape

Sand dunes – Formby Point

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Driftwood – Formby Point Beach

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Mow Cop ‘Castle’ Folly 2

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The best photographic article you could ever read!

This article could save you hundreds of pounds and hours of wasted time! When people admire my images and make complimentary remarks, (not all people do by any means), then the second thing they usually say is something like: ‘You … Continue reading

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Global warming

Photomontage of four elements: The sky, the lighthouse, the walker and the naked body. I like the use of a naked body to create a landscape…to create something a little abstract from the human form. A tanned body colour can … Continue reading

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DEAD TREE

Dead tree, originally uploaded by foto-art. Dead tree near Buxton in the Peak District National Park. I find that a wide angle lens is indespensible for this sort of shot. This was taken on 35mm film using a 24mm Wide … Continue reading

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