Burning Heather and Milky Light

It is that time of year again when all the galleries and shops are stocking up for the season and so artists, photographers, and crafts people are busy making, printing and delivering work. Me included!

Last week after setting up my work for the Photofest exhibition I managed to get back out to Dava Moor to search for interesting abandoned crofts to photograph. It turned out a bit of a thwarted journey as the light was not that good and there was a lot of heather burning. The building I spotted on the map was in fact a pile of stones and another had been renovated into a lunch spot for shooting parties complete with new land-rover track. The little wood behind had been felled. I consoled myself with a walk up Cam Sgriob  485m a wee hill which has commanding views of the distant Cairngorms and other local hills.

Photofest is on at the old Kirk in Nethybridge, until the 26th April, open daily from 1pm to 4.30.

Here are some of the photos from the day….

 

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About Lynn

I am a freelance photographer specialising in wedding photography, life style and family portraits and participatory photography projects with community and youth groups.
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