Category Archive: Organic Contrast

Organic Contrast – Red Kites Circling in the Chiltern Hills – Photography Art

October 29, 2017

Happy Sunday! Here’s some new digital artwork. Red Kites Circling. The original silhouette photograph was taken during a walk in the Chiltern Hills around Crowsley Park, mostly trying to take photographs of crows (which failed rather dismally as they are far too smart and kept avoiding me). I’d given up on the crows and decided to take a few shots of some of the fantastic gnarled trees in the area when a pair of Red Kites started swooping directly over my head. I nearly knocked myself over backwards trying to track them but got some nice photos of both the pair of them flying together and some decent close ups and silhouette shots of them as individuals. Crowsley Park is a fantastic place for wildlife, especially bird life, it’s wide and open with lots of little copses for the corvids to perch in an croak at passers by.

Here’s the piece, I reckon it will work quite nicely as a print, what do you think? There’s a slight hint of mandala about it (although not intentional) and I appear to be drifting more and more into the folk art direction.

Red Kites Circling

I’m slowly building up a collection of bird related artworks from photos taken around the Chilterns so will put together a postcard or bookmark set soon and stick it up on Etsy.

Here’s the original shot of the Kite overhead.

Red Kite Silhouette over Crowsley Park

And here’s a few others from the series.

Stay with meSearchingRed Kite Silhouette in the Chilterns

While I’m here, I’ve got a sale on at the Etsy store for the Organic Contrast Postcard set, it’s 25% off until the 31st October…

Organic Contrast Catch Up

October 1, 2017

Merry Sunday Evening. In the gloom I feel the lumbering horror of Monday morning heading my way. Before I hide my head under the covers and quake in fear here’s some pictures.

These are my more recent Organic Contrast images, I’m working on a website for them which I’ll get online shortly.

Depth

Starlings

The Tower and the Crow

Mechanised Murder

Watchers

Constant Echoes of my future self

You Will See My Face

We Combine

Shrine

Flight

Wings of grass. Fly lightly fly carefully.

Winter's Reflection

Corvid Conversation

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