Tag Archives: Lee Filters

Lee Filters, Landscape Photography by Barney Delaney

Landscape Photography, Scottish Landmarks – Black Mount and Rannoch Moor, with Loch na h-Achlaise

Landscape Photography - Scotland - Glencoe, Rannoch Moor - Black Mount and Loch Na H

Landscape Photography, Scottish Landmarks – Black Mount and Rannoch Moor, with Loch na h-Achlaise It’s been a little while since i last posted here, there’s been a lot going on but I’ve still been getting out pursuing my passion for landscape photography. I’ve been up to the Scottish highlands a few times this year so […]

Landscape Photography, English Landmarks, The Peak District – Wildboarclough at Sunset

Landscape Photography - Cheshire, WildBoarClough - Barn, Looking Toward Shutlingsloe

Landscape Photography, English Landmarks, The Peak District – Wildboarclough at Sunset.   I Thought I’d share this image of Wildboarclough in the Peak District, with Shutlingsloe in the distance. I’m conscious i’ve shared a number of images from further afield so I thought I’d share one a little closer to home this time! I spotted this […]

Landscape Photography, Canada Landmarks. Morning Reflection of Mount Rundle

Landscape Photography - Canada Rockies, Cascade Pools with Mount Rundle. Autumn leaves

Landscape Photography, Canada Landmarks. Morning View of Mount Rundle from Cascade Pools On my last day in Canada I took another trip down to Cascade Pools in Banff, with the hope of getting one last capture of Mount Rundle in the early morning. Mount Rundle from another one of the pools in the area. Thankfully there was very little breeze […]

Landscape photography, Morocco Landmarks, Mirleft Hill Fort

Landscape Photography - Morocco, Mirleft Hill Fort

Landscape photography and Morocco landmarks! While walking back up the hill to our lodgings in at Les Trois Chameaux in Mirleft, Morocco one evening I spotted another beautiful Morocco landmark. This time it was an abandoned hill-fort standing proud looking across the surrounding countryside and out over the seaside village of Mirleft. A perfect vantage point […]