Filed under art, Scotland
Tagged as Ben Lomond, calm, Loch Katrine, Oban, Ocean, peacefulness, quiet, sea, Skye, St Andrews, travels, Woods
Sounds downright character driven. Are there any plundering capitalist lurking in the glade conniving to cut down ancient oaks? Murderers on the ferry ride over?
Can you tell my novel has been rejected one more time for it’s lack of plot?
All sympathies, CJ. The quiet novel is often thrown over in favour of the loud, the immediate, the pertly-tied up book, and I don’t know why. There should be space for both, and I think there are people in publishing who feel the same. Silence and noise having their turn. Reflection and projection. That you will find that right person for your book, eventually…
I do agree there are still those in publishing who will appreciate what I am doing. Peristence.
Those photos are amazing by the way. So singular and still and haunting.
Just remember CJ, you only have to send it out one more time than you are rejected…
Hang in there, my friend. I am one of many who believes in your writing. And your ability to persist.
I can feel the ridges left by those ripples in the sand. Lovely.
St Andrews West Sands beach – I went to university in the town, and it’s such a beautiful place. If you ever go anywhere in Scotland, go there.
I know you’ve mentioned it before what camera do you use? You always catch a uniqueness in your photos.
Thank you! It’s a little 10.1 megapixel Casio Exilim – it does an okay job in good lighting (and sometimes at dusk). Often I help out with pixlr though – usually just filters and borders to tidy things up.
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