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The last light of the day selectively highlights parts of the snow dusted landscape at Druidale. A lone house catches the light in this huge empty landscape – what a place that would be to live! This area of the island is without doubt one of my favourites. If you look closely you can see the snow encrusted masts on top of Snaefell peaking through the summit mist ❄️

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Tags:   Isle of Man isle of man photography Winter Snow Landscape landscape photography

N 679 B 18.3K C 33 E Dec 24, 2020 F Jan 30, 2021
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The Snaefell mountain tramway winds its way up to the 2000ft summit of the highest peak on the Isle of Man. I really like the diagonal contrast through this shot with the slopes of Snaefell coated in a thick layer of snow and ice whilst the rest of the surrounding hills remained completely snow free flanked by a burning vivid sunset. If you zoom in to the right of the image just below the setting sun there is a nice cameo by a random car which really adds scale to the scene 🌄

Watch how I captured this image @ youtu.be/UbGyebW4Q5s

Please visit my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/jamesbrewphoto

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Tags:   Isle of Man isle of man photography Landscape landscape photography Winter Snow Sunset

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The sea gently laps against the shoreline during blue hour at Port Cornaa on a crisp, clear and freezing cold winter’s morning. Blue hour occurs in the hour before sunrise and after sunset, with it looking particularly great in cloudless skies. I’m a big fan of blue hour shooting as it delivers a cold atmosphere straight out of camera which just can’t be replicated at any other point in the day ❄️

Watch how I captured this image @ youtu.be/UbGyebW4Q5s

Please visit my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/jamesbrewphoto

Please visit www.jamesbrew.com for my website and full Portfolio.
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Tags:   Isle of Man isle of man photography Coast seascape blue hour long exposure Landscape landscape photography

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The North Barrule ridge line catches the first rays of light on a cold morning on the southern slopes of Clagh Ouyr. I’m a massive fan of snow as I love the power it has to transform Isle of Man landscapes entirely, giving them a wintery atmosphere, which feels quite alien to these mild shores. Sadly snow is becoming increasingly rare here and even in the 13 years I’ve been doing photography, I’ve noticed a marked difference in the frequency, quality and altitude level at which snow falls. I fear images like this one will become increasingly difficult to capture and there could eventually be a whole generation of young photographers who never get to experience these conditions. Hopefully I’m wrong but in the meantime I’m keeping my fingers crossed for some more wintery weather before Spring arrives ❄️

Watch how I captured this image @ youtu.be/CjmuPil684M

Please visit my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/jamesbrewphoto

Please visit www.jamesbrew.com for my website and full Portfolio.
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Tags:   Isle of Man isle of man photography Landscape landscape photography Winter Snow sunrise Mountains

N 92 B 1.3K C 13 E Nov 26, 2020 F Jan 16, 2021
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The sun breaks over the summit of Snaefell mountain flooding the Block Eary Valley with light. This crumbling Tholtan ruin with its solitary remaining doorway really captured my imagination and I knew it would work perfectly with a rising sun offset to its right, which only happens at particular times of year. Research and planning make shots like this possible. Having said that, the clouds along the top, framing the scene absolutely perfectly is complete luck. However to receive that luck, you’ve got to be out there in the first place, and that is quite simply half the battle with landscape photography 🌄

Watch how I captured this image @ youtu.be/KsWpkAvwjCs

Please visit my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/jamesbrewphoto

Please visit www.jamesbrew.com for my website and full Portfolio.
Follow me on Instagram @ jamesbrewphoto

Tags:   Isle of Man isle of man photography Landscape landscape photography sunrise sunstar


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