Category: landscape photography

‘Dreamscapes’ Landscape Photography Exhibition…

My very first Landscape Photography Exhibition titled ‘Dreamscapes’ has finally come!!!

Free your schedule and head out to ‘Old Kiama Fire Station’ (40 Shoalhaven Street, Kiama) from the 23rd – 27th of August to experience & get inspired by Corey Crawford’s fine art landscape photography which he will be selling at affordable prices. This photography exhibition will be open from 10am – 3pm everyday throughout the duration of the week. Landscape photographs captured from all over!!Hope to see you there,

Cc x

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Just across the stream, Winter, RRCNP

Lake Superior Morning. Via Flickr: Sunrise on…

Morning on Lake Superior

Lake Superior Morning.

 
Via Flickr:

Sunrise on Lake Superior in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula.

Walking the Scottish Highlands | Glencoe | T…

Walking the Scottish Highlands | Glencoe | The Hidden Valley – Coire Gabhail

Part 1 | Part 2

The Hidden Valley (“Coire Gabhail” in Gaelic, meaning “hollow of the spoils”) is somewhere that can only be reached by ascending a fairly steep and rocky path (or descending from the mountains surrounding it). It was used by members of Clan MacDonald to hide the cattle that they had stolen, for which they demanded ransom from the owners. Cattle raiding was a custom that stretched into prehistory, but was simply considered a nuisance by the 17th Century. Clan MacDonald often had feuds with Clan Campbell, which resulted in the Glencoe Massacre in 1692. The surviving members of Clan MacDonald took refuge in the Hidden Valley.

Walking the Scottish Highlands | Glencoe | The…

Walking the Scottish Highlands | Glencoe | The Hidden Valley – Coire Gabhail

Part 1 | Part 2

The Hidden Valley (“Coire Gabhail” in Gaelic, meaning “hollow of the spoils”) is somewhere that can only be reached by ascending a fairly steep and rocky path (or descending from the mountains surrounding it). It was used by members of Clan MacDonald to hide the cattle that they had stolen, for which they demanded ransom from the owners. Cattle raiding was a custom that stretched into prehistory, but was simply considered a nuisance by the 17th Century. Clan MacDonald often had feuds with Clan Campbell, which resulted in the Glencoe Massacre in 1692. The surviving members of Clan MacDonald took refuge in the Hidden Valley.

Driving through the Western Scottish Highlands…

Driving through the Western Scottish Highlands | Trossachs National Park and Glencoe

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Early morning on the road

Near Willowgate Activity Centre and Cafe, Pert…

Near Willowgate Activity Centre and Cafe, Perth, Scotland

When you follow the river Tay downstream you get to this nice area, where a lot of people fish or just sit and enjoy the nice view on the Kinnoull Hill cliffs. You can catch boat trips from here or just have a cup of tea. It’s a short and pleasant walk, especially in the summer when all the flowers and berries are out. We were eating delicious raspberries and red-currants along the way! 

Revisiting Places: McDuff’s Monument and Lyned…

Revisiting Places: McDuff’s Monument and Lynedoch Obelisk, Perthshire

‘Tranquil’ – (2019 – Dreamscapes)

‘Tranquil’ – (2019 – Dreamscapes)

Woah, woah, woah! What an absolute cracker of a sunrise I got last week down at my favourite location Bombo Quarry.
Very slippery yet so worth the shot, what do you think?
If you look a touch closer at the wet boulder close in the foreground you can see the reflection of the burning sky which I thought was unique and wicked!

HEY YOU! I know you have an empty space on your wall for one or maybe even two of my fine art landscape photographs! Get your tooshie over to my website grab your very own print. International shipping is available so no excuses if you live overseas 🙂

GET YOUR PRINT HERE:
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