I am now back in Skye trying to put my Work in Progress Portfolio together and at the same time finalise my Critical Review of Practice. After gaining feedback last night I seem to be left with mountain ridges and seascapes. In all the other modules I have been true to myself and authentic in trying to tell my story with my images. But, in pursuit of experimentation I have allowed myself to be buffeted around and now I have lost my focus and mojo at a critical stage. I only have three weeks to pull something out of the bag. However, trying to stay positive I thought, well actually, that is ten days longer than Don McCullin had on assignment in Vietnam!
Having got that off my chest I now feel a lot better.
These are this morning’s images as I change subject yet again. Personally, I do not think these images work. Although, they are closely cropped images of clouds, for me they reveal too much of the scene, have too many elements and do not really have a clear reduction strategy, or at least one that works.
As always, please do let me know what you think.