Flickr Faves September 2016

My three favourite pictures by other
photographers September 2016.

Since January this year, I have been adding my three favourite images from other photographers into a Flickr gallery. The plan has always been to add them here, and write a little something about why I like them so much. I will continue to create the galleries, but hope to make them more of a thing here.

Holme Fell I – By Dylan NardiniHolme Fell I

Having visited Home Fell myself for the first time this year, this picture instantly took me back to my visit there. Dylan has captured the rugged beauty of the location perfectly. The colour palette is spot on and I particular like how the light is lighting up the grass and the birch trees. The light also draws your eyes nicely through the scene too toward the mountainous background moody sky.

Across the Moor – Darren Ciolli-Leach

across the Moor

Darren’s work has featured in my favourites a few times this year and I’m sure this one will not be the last. He certainly does have a great eye for a good image. This image was certainly an instant like for me. I love the misty back drop and the feeling of isolation. The image is perfectly composed making me want to walk up that path into the mist.

Misty cobwebby morning in the woodland yesterday – Shona Grant

Unfortunately I am not able to embed Shona’s image here, as she has the feature disabled on Flickr, but it can be viewed here. I think it is wonderful image full of interest and nice features. The mist works wonders to soften the background and make the shapes of the trees stand out. I know Shona shares my love of trees and that really shows here.

A big well done to Dylan, Darren and Shona.