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Mont St. Michel
The medieval abbey of Mont St. Michel on the coast in northern France photographed in the mist and rain.....the huge scale of the abbey is difficult to show on this small AM3 size version but the top of the spire is about 150 metres above sea level. On the full resolution version of this photo you can see the tiny figures of people walking along the causeway on the right of the photo together with the umbrellas thay are carrying.
An Open Invitation:
On Tuesday 12 October I'll be giving a talk to North Cheshire Photographic Society about my photos: NCPS Syllabus
For the first hour I'll be showing lots of my own photos using a digital projector and discussing the work of photographers like our own Hugo Poon, and John Leech who first showed me that photography could be an art form, as well as the work of iconic photographers like Michael Kenna
In the final 30 minutes of the talk I'm going to be discussing basic tips on photographic composition.
I realise that most of you live a long way away but anyone who would like to come will be made very welcome!
Like what you see here and are interested in photographic composition?.....the blog section of my website now has a complete set of 5 articles covering my personal approach to the subject: Ian Bramham Photography - Blog
For purchasing high quality archival prints of any of these photos you can send me an email by clicking here or by going to my website Ian Bramham - Fine Art Photography where prices are listed in the gallery sections under each individual photo.