The Storr Loch

During my workshop on Skye this December, we visited the Storr loch and found a tree that had been frozen, half submerged. It was a very beautiful subject to photograph and Peter, Simon and myself had a go at making an image of it.

What was interesting for me during the workshop, was that I kept on wanting to crop most of the images from the participants into the square format. I should perhaps let you all know that I've just recently acquired a Hasselblad with three lenses. I've been feeling for a while that I would like to see what it's like to compose for square. The Hasselblad also focusses closer than the Mamiya 7 does, plus, I have a nice macro for it, so I'm curious to see if this is perhaps a new beginning for me, or just something else to add to my own way of making images in the future.

I doubt very much that I'll finish scanning all my new images before I head off to the USA next week, which I guess means I've got some exciting new images to look forward to when I return home.