I stayed in a delightful, and tiny, cottage at Lindesnäs on a steep hillside above Byfjorden for a number of autumns. It was a long way from my work in Uddevalla, Sweden, but the tranquility and beautiful landscapes made it a great place for photography.
September mornings often brought a thick mist before sunrise and as the sun burnt through there were ethereal views of the trees and shoreline. When it was very still the reflections and the mist made the trees and islands below the cottage appear to be floating.
In this picture from the Portals exhibition you are almost pulled along into the waterway between the headlands. It is one of the earliest of the images I’m showing at this years’s National Arts Festival.
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