Earth Meets Sky

'Through My Lens' - by Surendra Photography

Surendra displays some of his rare landscape photography.

Budleigh Salterton, Devon UK
Loch of Lintrathen, Scottish Highlands
Sunset, Hirono, Hiyogo, Japan
Glen Taitneach, Scottish Highlands
Hirono, Hiyogo, Japan
Radicondoli, Tuscany, Italy
Storm, Meall Uaine, Scottish Highlands
Cadair Idris, Wales


Landscape photography has never been a main subject for me. Mostly I isolate details, rather than look at the wider view. Although I remember taking the picture, a rock or tree photographed at close range could be anywhere and the location can lose significance. As with everything, there are exceptions. Certain places enjoyed for hiking have been a great source of wonder, pleasure and gratitude. Over the years, I have occasionally taken a camera along. Mostly I did not. Close to ten kilos of equipment can easily detract from the joy of the hike, especially when a climb is involved.

Weather was also a big factor in the UK, not much point of lugging those ten kilos in drizzle. Once in a while, conditions and enthusiasm coalesced with the right vista. In those situations, the pictures that emerged are very much about place: open spaces that filled me with delight. It would be great if some of this delight comes through to the viewer. These landscapes include a dominant amount of sky. When this is not obvious, clouds are providing a reflection or the sky is hosting a sunset: hence the title – Earth Meets Sky.


SurendraSurendra started to take photographs at Ko Hsuan in the UK in the early nineties, completed a City and Guilds Certificate in Photography at night school and, in 1994, became an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society by submitting a portfolio. He has had exhibitions in various countries including Tokyo. He lives with his partner, Amrapali, in Japan.

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