Land of the Celts: Silhouettes







I love the stark expanse of landscape in all these shots, the inconsequence of humanity; and also a certain sense of mystery…


DP Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette

27 thoughts on “Land of the Celts: Silhouettes

  1. Wow. You have really captured that celtic feel. The first shot is almost scary but then mysterious and inviting at the same time.

    1. Thank you, Suzanne. I think it was the perspective on that first shot that somehow gives it some edge. Entirely accidental I should say, like most events that involve me and my Kodak Easyshare.

  2. Bravo! That first photo alone definitely puts you on the edge of either a romance novel or a who-done-it waiting only for you to provide the words, plot and characters. Thanks for sharing your work. Good luck with that suggested novel idea Tish. 🙂

  3. How are you, Tish?
    Great photos you have posted, my friend. You are an acute photographer. Speaking of the inconsequence of humanity, I was looking at a photo of space from NASA the other day in which countless stars are glittering in a vast bleak space. It is impossible to tell which one of them is earth, or that one of them has life in it. It was disconcerting. I thought of us, of our vanity, our deeds, our dreams, and I realized how insignificant we really are in the scheme of things. We are already in space, suspended like dust in a room, but we speak of conquering space as though we are out of it, far from it. I saw an ant drowning in a tiny drop of dew one day, and I thought that for the ant the dew is probably like a large pool of water that is impossible to cross. So that all these that we think are vast and great might not be so, after all.
    Have a great weekend.

    1. Peter, this comment of yours is a stunning piece of writing. It has the makings of a short story, and one without full bloodied horror. It is so perceptive, and the imagery so evocative. Write me something. I’ll send you my email address via Twitter messaging – should you wish a) to do this and b) show it to me.
      And you too have a fine weekend. Cheers.

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