Struggling to find inspiration with my seascapes this morning, I headed off down the Road to Elgol.  The first time I have done so since arriving nearly three weeks ago.  I found myself at Loch Cill Chriosd – the subject of my portfolio for Sustainable Prospects.  

This time I am seeing the Loch and the reeds in colour and I find my mood lifting as I spend time on the shore and along the road seeing how the reeds have proliferated over the spring and summer months.  The water lilies are visible and it won’t be long before they are flowering.  Again, I see shapes, reflections and movement in this tiny stretch of water.  I eagerly work with my camera as I see image after image that interests and energises me.

This is where my heart is – I wonder whether I should return to the Reeds of Loch Cill Chriosd for my Final Major Project – but in colour this time and more abstract?

Colour Reeds 1 – Alison Price, July 2019

Colour Reeds 2 – Alison Price, July 2019

Colour Reeds 3 – Alison Price, July 2019

Colour Reeds 4 – Alison Price, July 2019

Colour Reeds 5 – Alison Price, July 2019

Colour Reeds 6 – Alison Price, July 2019

Colour Reeds 7 – Alison Price, July 2019

Colour Reeds 8 – Alison Price, July 2019

Colour Reeds 9 – Alison Price, July 2019

Colour Reeds 10 – Alison Price, July 2019

Would be grateful for some feedback.  Am I barking up the wrong tree?

Alison Price

Alison Price

My name is Alison Price and for the past ten years I have travelled the world photographing wildlife, including Alaska, Antarctica, Borneo, Botswana, the Canadian Arctic, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
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