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St Andrews Castle Scotland Impressionist : Abstract Landscapes, Scotland, St Andrews
St Andrews Castle Scotland Impressionist

St Andrews Castle Scotland Impressionist

St Andrews Castle Scotland Impressionist

Impressionistic Landscapes

St Andrews Castle Scotland Impressionist

St Andrews Castle Scotland Impressionist orange coloured sky as the sun sets behind the ruin of St Andrew's Castle, Scotland, as sunlight shining through the narrow window openings in the walls that remaining erect.

The castle is enclosed by a similar grey granite dry stone walls, constructed in 1886. St Andrews Castle was the official residence of Scotland, leading bishops throughout the Middle Ages

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Landscape photographers aim to capture and illustrate their surroundings as close to reality as possible.

The genre can include human-made landscapes and natural scenes. Abstract landscape photography melds each practice to push the boundaries of both genres.

Software used Photoshop and Nik Collection Analog Efex Pro 2 to edit my images — layer, tint, colour saturation.  

I try to create more expressive, subjective, abstract images, while still showing the original subject in a recognisable fashion.  

 

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