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Between this world and the next
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Artist // Hobbyist // Photography
  • Oct 17
  • United Kingdom
  • Deviant for 9 years
  • He / Him
My Bio

For the past few years I have spent my spare time travelling to different parts of the UK to try to get to know my own country and its people better. Photography is my passion. I hope my pictures tell the story I want to tell.

Please respect my right to my images. If you want to use them for any reason please contact me first and ask me. Otherwise I retain all copyright to all of my work.

Please fave as many pictures as you like. I appreciate all of them. What I love is comments. Please leave comments. I will always reply to comments.

"No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of others" Charles Dickens

“Photography for me is not looking, it’s feeling. If you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.” Don McCullin

“I think about photographs as being full, or empty. You picture something in a frame and it’s got lots of accounting going on in it–stones and buildings and trees and air – but that’s not what fills up a frame. You fill up the frame with feelings, energy, discovery, and risk, and leave room enough for someone else to get in there.” – Joel Meyerowitz

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should you like to purchase any of my pictures as prints, canvases, mugs, notebooks etc please go to… where you will find a selection available. I have been made aware that in some circumstances you may find a customs charge on delivery of the item depending on the value and where you live.

You can also buy a small book of a selection of pictures from the Isle Of Skye that I have made. You can get that here.…

Favourite Visual Artist
Simon Marsden (RIP) Joe Cornish
Favourite Movies
A Few Good Men, The Negotiator, All The Presidents Men, In Bruges,
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Bruce, Stranglers, Widespread Panic, Miners Club, Laura Viers, Foo Fighters, AC/DC, Philip Glass,
Favourite Writers
Chandler, Spillane,
Tools of the Trade
Nikon D5 Nikon D850 Nikon Z6 Nikon D70s (converted to infrared) PC Photoshop

Deviousness Award

Visiting LawrenceCornellPhoto's gallery is like going on vacation without needing a plane ticket. We experience the world through his eyes and witness a glimpse of his soul with each image he shares because each piece clearly comes from his heart. For almost a decade, he has continued to hone his craft but beyond that, he has continued to nurture the community through features, comments, critiques and unwavering kindness. He has solidified himself as a pillar of the DeviantArt community and we are truly honoured to award him with Deviousness for July 2020.
Awarded Jul 2020
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There is a new contest launched by my friend @Erdbeerstern Here are the details so why not have a go and see if you can win a prize :D My best wishes to you all and good luck to everyone who takes part
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My garden was my saviour last year. In the first lockdown, last spring and summer, it was my garden that gave me a purpose and gave me something to enjoy. And it did give me plenty to enjoy. It went to sleep over winter and has now come back to life as it does as the seasons pass. Spring is turning into summer and plants are thriving. I have two beds I have put over entirely to wild flowers this year. I have my potato bed again and it is looking very bountiful.I am always surprised when some of my perennials come back to life. There are some that take longer to wake up and I look every day at the bare ground where they lie. Take the Rodgersia if you will. It just sat there looking like a discarded bit of wood. About two weeks ago there were tiny signs of new growth and now it is suddenly two feet high. Remarkable and yet not remarkable given that it does this every year. Somehow it still surprises me though as I always think it won't manage it. It is this magic that keeps me
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Many of you know I love to photograph a stranded boat called the MV Dayspring on the shore at Corpach in the Scottish Highlands. I have included a link to some of it's history which some of you have enjoyed reading. Well I would now love to share with you an article from the Oban Times which is a local Scottish newspaper. I have only just found this and have literally just read it. It gives you even more information about the story of my favourite boat.
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Thank you for :+fav: :bow:

t h a n k . y o u . m y . f r i e n d . =)

Thank you for faving!

I appreciate your support!! :D

It's always my pleasure Laura

Take care :hug:

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