water images from the hebrides

I am interested in the visual and acoustic qualities of water in the wild, and how these might inform the treatment of water in an urban public space.  These photographs from a trip to the Hebrides in August show the ocean in various states of animation, transparency and colour. Different states invoke different emotional responses. The water in motion makes its own sound, and the surface properties of the water affect the acoustic reflections of ambient sounds.

 

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From the CalMac Ferry between Mull and Tiree
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Shallow water over sand on a Tiree beach
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Water like cast glass on the Isle Of Seil
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From the CalMac Ferry between Mull and Tiree

One thought on “water images from the hebrides”

  1. You really make it appear really easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really one thing that I think I’d never understand. It kind of feels too complex and extremely extensive for me. I am having a look forward to your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

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