I am having to change my plans, because of ongoing building work on the house, and so intend to do more photographic practice over the next couple of weeks.  Once the work is complete, I will focus on deep reading and academic research.  At this stage, I have not determined my plans for the photographic project I will work on, so I have titled the series as Spring Impressions pro temp.

It is a beautiful day on Skye and so I head down to the loch to see whether the reeds have emerged from hibernation.  I am greeted by a beautiful sight.

The reeds are peeping above the surface of the loch in the heat of the spring sun.  The water ripples gently in the breeze.

The first lambs have been born and take their first wobbly steps and find a warm place to lie near their mother.  The last vestiges of winter snow remain on the Black Cuillin threatening another late fall before winter is out . . .

The new tender stems are only a few inches out of the water after dying back during the winter.

Excerpt from my Journal – Kilchrist, Isle of Skye, 21 April 2021

Spring Impressions 1 – Alison Price, April 2021

Spring Impressions 2 – Alison Price, April 2021

Spring Impressions 3 – Alison Price, April 2021

Spring Impressions 4 – Alison Price, April 2021

Spring Impressions 5 – Alison Price, April 2021

Spring Impressions 6 – Alison Price, April 2021

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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