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Sand dune fence

The landscape is so minimalist as to almost create abstract patterns. I love this kind of environment when it comes to photography. The fencing is intended to slow down the erosion of the sand dunes by the wind, but as … Continue reading

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Old Dune Fence

One again, the stark straight lines of the old fencing contrast in shape and texture with the soft sand.

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Dune fence

I liked the contrast between the soft shapes and curves of the sand dunes here at Formby Point with stark and sharp shapes of the old dune fencing.

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Countryside gate – Photo by Ron Laynton

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. There was something about the texture and shape of this gate on a path in the Peak District that appealed to me…..

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Contre-Jour stile – Photo by Rob Laynton

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. I have always loved into-the-light images – they require strong shapes against the sun. This often means taking them when the sun is low. In summer, this often … Continue reading

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Stile – Photo by Rob Laynton

Stile and fence in the Peak District National Park. Contre-Jour or into-the-light shots like this demand strong elements and good composition. The focal element here is the stile, which I have positioned just in front of the sun to help … Continue reading

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