After reading Patrick Smith‘s book Learning Landscape Photography from the Masters of Painting, I was inspired to run out and shoot some more landscapes. So, I went to nearby Hazlehead Park. It was a misty morning. This was one of my favorites from that day.
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Here’s a more beautiful view of one of The Kelpies. There is a nice little canal that flows past.
Driving down the road in Falkirk, Scotland looks like you’re approaching a chess game of the gods. Rising above the horizon are two horse heads that are as big as a 9 story building (30m). They are due to open to the public in April of 2014. They are the creation Scotland’s own artist, Andy Scott. I hope to be there for the official opening.
Here is a photo of one of The Kelpies close up. Notice the size of the worker…
What do you do to get noticed? Is it a balancing act? This performer in Glasgow, Scotland grabs attention by risking catastrophe. Regular art won’t cut it. We’ve all seen/heard that. We want to be amazed!
Heading into a mall in Glasgow, Scotland, the kids found this enticing escalator. The colors changed every 10 seconds or so. It was quite a sight!
We always enjoy hiking around the lower hills of the Scottish Highlands. The sun goes behind the hills quite early this time of year.
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I love how there was a little mist in the afternoon. Combined with the snow in the forest, it was serene.