Adrian Lewis – “Selfie, dancing along East Water Lane, east of Priddy; 7 Aug 2014. Walking along this lane on a beautiful August morning, and with the prospect of a Full English Breakfast at Priddy Good Farm Shop certainly looming, I balance my camera on my capacious paunch, set Delayed Action, and start singing and dancing: “And I get my kicks… on East Water Lane…”.
And meeting a herd of bullocks and glorying in the memory of Brad Majors: “Say, do any of you guys know how to Madison?”. Of course, acting sensibly is the thing, of course I know that. After all, if we don’t act sensibly, we don’t get any respect, do we? “And I get my kicks………”
D800 with Sigma 12-24 at 12mm; 200 ISO; Silver Efex Pro 2, starting at the High Contrast Smooth preset and selectively restoring colour.”. Visit Adrian’s blog here.
Ashley Lily Scarlett – A Part Thereof, Sydney, Australia. Visit Ashley’s blog here.
Benoît Beaudry – My inner landscape must be somewhere between these two images. Quebec, Canada. Visit Benoît’s blog here.
Biswajit Dihidar – India. Visit Biswajit’s blog here.
Graham A Stephen – The photograph was taken in July 2012 and its location is Clogwyn y Fuwch Slate Quarry (http://geotopoi.wordpress.com/2012/07/19/clogwyn-y-fuwch-slate-quarry/) in the Gwydyr Forest, North Wales. (Clogwyn y Fuwch is Welsh for Cow Cliff). Visit Graham’s blog here.
Greg M – Grimsby, Ontario (from Hamilton). Visit Greg’s blog here.
Harrie Nijland – I chose this shot because there is a lot more going on inside, than outside of me. Dualism; black – white; hard – soft, dark – light. In the outside world I can hide behind my camera and be a spectator. The spectator with the spectacle on the inside… Location: Pyrenees, Spain; a little East from Aren. Visit Harrie’s blog here.
Jill Terry – I am a child of nature, with an inherent affinity for trees; our breath of life, which possess the power to release energy into and draw it from us. Protecting and watching over us, these glorious guardians born of our Mother Earth. ©2014jillterry. Visit Jill’s blog here and the website here.
John Todaro – East Hampton, NY USA. Visit John’s blog here.
Jörg Kruth – Location: Seto Inland Sea, Japan. Visit Jörg’s blog here.
Kari Jeppesen – A cityscape, a train station, a journey, memories… This is the Netherlands, a journey between Den Hagg and Utrech!! Visit Kari’s blog here.
Mathias Laitila Kälvemark – Location: Southern Sweden. Visit Mathias blog here.
Terje Hellesø – Location: Hylströmmen, Sweden, 2005. Visit Terjes blog here.
Tim Diggles – It’s called Stop loving… It is the title of a poem I have been working on for many years and may be completed in the next few months. The original photograph was taken in 1978 in Los Angeles. I live in Stoke-on-Trent, UK. Visit Tim’s blog here.
Thank you all for your contributions. It’s fascinating to see everyones inner landscape, I hope you all would like to partake in the next assignment. You can see the last assignment Me and the tree here.