• Stuart Lamont

Looking For A Hug

Well thats a year now since the pandemic hit our shores, lock down after lock down has put paid to any photography trips over the past 12 x months including a trip to Iceland which had to be cancelled. So all photography recently has been very local which I thought might be quite boring but actually it has been a breath of fresh air, the key is to get the conditions for the location you are shooting, whether that is nice light or mist and fog. this can turn a boring location into an image worthy of hanging on your wall, don't get me wrong, I've had a few trips out and came back with nothing but just being out there in the fresh air scouting around is good for your well being and takes your mind off the day to day bind of lock down.

I liked the attached image due to the fact the tree on the left looked to be wanting a hug, quite appropriate I thought under the current climate.

Nikon D850

Nikon AFS 70-200F/4 @ 120mm

ISO 64 0.5secs @ F/11

Kase Polariser


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