Gary Ellis Photography | Recent Nature Photography

Recent Nature Photography

February 03, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

A wee collection of my recent nature photography, it's never disappointing picking the camera up and going out for a walk through the countryside you end up finding some beautiful locations not often visited by others :) 

Above are two exposure stacks of Loch Lomond that give the images the look of a long exposure one of my favourite technique to use. Creating an exposure stack is pretty straightforward once you have tackled it a few times but is something I recommend taking the time to learn it opens up a lot more creative options.

Some of the very friendly wildlife around the picturesque Loch Lomond.

The mountains around Drimsynie, I had to pull over to capture the rainbow it was the first time I have ever clearly seen the end sadly no pot of gold though :)

The Rest and be Thankful is always a great wee spot to stop off at for a while the lighting changes so quickly here giving some dramatic looks to the scene. 

A very colourful sunset over the snow dusted mountains around Drinsynie.

The moon rising over the mountains lighting them up and the still water of Loch Lomond captured with a long exposure.

A wee mixed red and grey squirrel enjoying the spoils from foraging on a cold winter morning. 

These images will all make their way into my main nature gallery over the next few weeks but if you would like to order a copy before then just get in contact and I would be happy to arrange that :) you can see the printing options HERE 

Thanks again for taking the time to have a wee look at the images :)

 


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