I was having a hunt through my photography hard drive and discovered quite how much slips through the net when you’re looking for photos. After several months (or longer in some cases) of not seeing a set of photos, it’s amazing how much of a different light you might view some of them in. Photos you previously hadn’t liked or had thought weren’t suitable may suddenly jump out at you, or you may find some that need that extra touch up and then they’ll be ready. Either way, I found a few panoramics that for some reason I’ve never posted on my blog so thought it was best to pop them up here.
As some of you may know, I recently entered a competition run by Gore-Tex. The theme of this competition is “The big picture is in the small details”. It’s not often I’d choose climbing as my first port of call for media, but on this occasion I decided It was time to start playing with roped and literally hang out. Over the last week or so, Cumbria has been getting fairly chilly, and I didn’t really know that snow isn’t the best weather to climb in. With this knowledge safely not in hand, I put the call out to see if anyone fancied climbing for me to get my shot.
Well its been a while since i uploaded any new photos. And since getting a new laptop i’ve been able to get back up to date with all of my photography that was in such a mess due to a lack of time to be able to organise it all on a very very pants laptop…so here’s a few of my old shots i’ve managed to do some work on to wet your appetite to what else will be appearing soon.
Here are a few of the photos I took on my last skiing trip to Verbier in Switzerland. In the photos are Kelley Stone and Russell Nolan.