Vermont is still snowy, Spring be gone!
The rugged shores of Elgol, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Looking back at how I’ve grown, changed, progressed, with photography. This image was taken almost two years ago when I first visited Scotland. I had no idea what I was doing and where I was going. I had no idea I was walking into iconic-like places there, such as here, the beach in the small town of Elgol on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. If I only knew then what I know now, perhaps I would have a few more photographs to share. I will return there one day but not with the goal to come back with more photos that are “better”. Instead I’d like to think that I can look at it all with new eyes and perspective and maybe if I’m lucky, I’ll come back with a few more photos to share. If I don’t, at least I’ve had another experience with the chance to learn and to grow my photography.
Moss Glen Brook
Stones lie in perfect order at the bottom of this narrow channel as-if placed by some human hand. The water takes on a green-blue color and is as cool to the touch as its hue would indicate. The weathered bedrock to the side reveals the geological and natural forces that have been at work on it. I sat here and pondered all of this while gazing into the reflections in the water. Such peace.