Those of you familiar with my blog posts will know that I have been choosing and writing about one of my own images that I am proud of. During lockdown I have journeyed back through my photographic archives and across the globe sharing many wildlife photographs and images of the natural world. So this week’s post and the images are closer to home – on the Isle of Skye. Just before lockdown I was intending to produce some new images for my Exhibition at An Crubh in May. The Exhibition obviously did not happen but I did take some shots that I hoped might form a partner to a previous image entitled The Little House in the Cuillin. I took this image in 2016 and although I have taken a similar shot many times since, I feel that I have never been able to capture the sense of vulnerability of man in nature, the power of the natural world – the weather, the climate, the physical environment as well as I did on that day in April 2016. This is the original image in colour.
These are some of the images I took early in 2020 as possible partner images.
And finally, my Image of the Week is an image that has been commercially very successful for me – the portrait version of my original image in black and white.
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.