Woods, forests and paths surrounded by trees are more than enough to make my imagination overflows. All of them have its own mystery mood, which is enough to trigger emotions, ideas and stories. Do I need much more than that for my creativity? What about you? Do you feel that your mind is carried away with thoughts when you get into that vast darkness of the woods and consequently you insert yourself into a dramatic imaginative world? They say Scotland has too much rain, however there is a positive side for it. It provides me with a vast green area for me to work where trees can lie wildly. It is within the forests that I feel closer to nature and this brings calmness, which consequently allows my muse to settle down.
In this series I have subjects with different feelings such as apprehension, longing, curiosity and despair. They all stress the role that nature plays with my own feelings. I won’t be very descriptive as I created stories for these images in my blog. I don’t want to spoil your imagination, your triggered feelings when you see this image and what you finally make of them.