Seasonal Rituals October 7, 2016October 8, 2016 | drawandshoot Observing the changes in the landscape. Shifts, slow and subtle, others without restraint. As much as I adore summer it is autumn (and winter) when I most love to make photographs. © Karen McRae, 2016 Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
19 thoughts on “Seasonal Rituals”
SO good to see you, Karen! I’ve missed your work and your presence. x x
These are beautiful. For some reason they’re making me think of Victoriana.
such a slow languid dance of beauty.. exquisite art works!! cheers, Debi
Very nice for my eyes.
Wow, I like this very much.
. . . and the colours are so beautiful here on Exmoor . . . greens and golds. A banquet of brocade jesters.
I love to photograph in autumn, too. The light is so wonderful and invites to dream. Like your amazing pictures.
Glad to see your puzzling photo again Karen !
quel plaisir de retrouver ton travail..belle journée karen
Indeed, there is such beauty in decay and you’r a star in the way you observe and shoot it.
Beatiful & inspiring!
Welcome back, beauty! xo
Graceful, awful beauty.
Beautiful!! Nice to see your work again…I have missed your posts 🙂
It is always a delight to enter into your sensibility, Karen, thank you.
… viewing your images is always such a profound experience into the depths of emotion… thank you for being you Karen, and sharing so much of your beauty…
A loving annual ritual, each year getting more profound and richer in perspective.
I so love the drama in these – scintillating! The first shot’s got so much potential narrative bound up in it.