Sunday, June 15, 2008

Lost souls in the landscape

After a taste of skiing a few weeks back and now none I could be forgiven for behaving like a lost soul, but at the least the weather has been warm, but we're overdue for some inversions and low cloud, and maybe that'll present itself this week as a high pressure system builds and moves onto southern New Zealand.

So lost souls - what do they do to avoid cabin fever? One answer is review older photos for the blog.

This is another in a series of three taken last week [see last week's blog below]. The photographer never gets much time to work with this sort of light in dynamic weather systems - this one was taken only seconds apart from the first one...

To contrast the above, look how few clouds in the sky can change the dynamics in landscape photography. In the distance is Stevenson Island, where Dougal and I spent a week in summer helping look after the buff weka programme...

A per the norm of late the drawing lessons continue. Many people like this pepper drawing I did on Wed. and I'm starting to believe some who say I have a latent talent I can develop, but I think my onions have a ways to go...
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. I miss the spectacular sceneries
and good drawing, was it chalk

June 21, 2008 at 11:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you realise the pix of the 8th and this is in the same place. what a difference

June 21, 2008 at 11:45 PM  

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