Having tried out some deliberate camera movement pictures down at the coast pretty successfully, I was keen to apply the technique to some landscape.
One place that is magnificent for views – but so difficult to get that translated into deep enough pictures to show for it – is Warbstow Bury, sitting at a high point with a commanding sweep of about 270° of Cornish farm landscape and with both coast and moorlands visible in the distance.
So, with an eye on how the light and dark greens of the different fields changed tone and colour as the view goes off towards Bude some 10 miles in the distance, I tried a few more shots. The far and more muted tones of the hills in the background under the evening sky added to the colourfulness of the final pictures in the resulting abstracts and I think gives a better impression of the scene than the more literal shots.
I have uploaded four different shots under a collection called ‘Towards Bude’ on my Pixels shop all taken in this session.
Do have a look there if you like this one. They display the shots nice and big and you can ignore the selling stuff bits – but it would be better if you didn’t and ordered a bit of Cornwall for your wall at home. 😉