Back to the Future with the Kelpies
As a professional fine art and event photographer working around Scotland, one of my favourite destinations is the Kelpies installation in Falkirk. From my earliest days photographing infrared this was one of my go to places. This has also been the case after I was recovering from Covid and needed some therapeutic help. So it is with great pleasure that I recently returned to this location, particularly since I live a lot closer to it now. The new installations as part of the Canal Project also add to the venue. Well done to the artists involved. So why the Kelpies, well the metal installations come to life with infrared photography, there is water nearby, lots of foliage and people to give you a sense of scale. It is ideal for colour and black and white and lends itself very well to drama. I love it. Oh and if you fancy a change then drop in up the road to the Falkirk Wheel. an engineering feast, although also a kind of art form too.
So until next time.
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