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Here's my selection of the best works

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Cold Trail by LG77 Cold Trail :iconlg77:LG77 415 22
Mixed Art Cocktail ...

Lilac Lillies by Deb-e-annIn my dreams by WhiteBookBegonias by vanndra
Magpies For Momotte by saperlipopFloral Sketch by tahirlazim
Roses En Pleurs by Bonaparte1700
Flora.......... by TriciaSUntitled by stalker034must be love by Dieffi
The Kingdom of the Elves 2 by AnnaZLoveGentle whisper by VDragosPhotography
Tech n color Dream_36 by caddman
past against present in color by BatscebaCLOTHES TO DRY by IME54-ARTOne Foggy Cold Night Art 5200 2 by SirIvyPink
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Maisa and Aino
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laghi di fusine by roblfc1892 laghi di fusine :iconroblfc1892:roblfc1892 1,119 85 Novembers breathe by xrust Novembers breathe :iconxrust:xrust 734 28 Where the magic is by Cochalita Where the magic is :iconcochalita:Cochalita 118 13 Bubbleland by porbital Bubbleland :iconporbital:porbital 454 23 bled by roblfc1892 bled :iconroblfc1892:roblfc1892 423 35 Les silences de l'hiver by DavidMnr Les silences de l'hiver :icondavidmnr:DavidMnr 668 151


Lawrence James Cornell
Artist | Hobbyist | Photography
United Kingdom
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.

“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

You can also find me at…
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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.…

Angel without Wings Award by Nameda Badge of Gratitude Participants II by TeaPhotography


  • Listening to: Michael Franks
  • Reading: When it grows dark
  • Watching: The Good Life
  • Playing: At photography
  • Eating: Cheese
  • Drinking: Coffee

It is with great sadness that I have to start this journal by sharing the news of the passing of :iconjocelyner: aka :iconsurrealistic-gloom:. I have been aware of Jocelyne for a long time here on dA but was only recently introduced to her. She certainly had a great presence here. I always think  a measure of a person is the number of lives they touch in their time on this planet and the space they leave behind when they are gone. It is clear that she was a very dear and loved lady from the many dedications I have been reading. Her kindness and generosity were her hallmarks. May you all keep your memories of her close to your hearts. I wish I had got to know her better. 

We have moved into 2019 in the UK in the same kind of chaos we left 2018 so no change there. Who knows what will happen this year? Surely things have to get better. Here and in the world in general things have to get better. I was looking through my pictures from 2018 the other day and was struck, not for the first time, how quickly time flies. It is already four months since my Iceland trip and I am still editing pictures from there. I have still got pictures to edit form Orkney last June and from Northumberland last November. There is a lot still to come you poor people ;) There is no doubt that 2018 was a very good year for me travel wise. I had a great time in the Scottish Highlands in May (despite the sunny weather :lol: ) then Orkney. I also had a couple of mini breaks to Bletchley Park and York thrown in. Iceland was the highlight though. What a week that was. I have been replying to some comments on pictures from Iceland and I just want to keep on saying the same things over and over. It was amazing. It is incredibly beautiful. It fills my senses. The pictures I took at Vestrahorn pleased me. The day before as I was approaching from the East I stopped at Estrahorn and took a couple of decent pictures there in the pouring rain and howling wind. That night I stayed in sight of a glacier tongue which was amazing (see what I mean?) and got up in the morning knowing that my first stop of the day was to be Vestrahorn. Now, I had seen hundreds of pictures from here. SO much so that I wondered if it was possible to get anything other than what I had already seen. The black beach gets wet with water as the tide comes in and acts like a mirror on a calm day. The mountains can be reflected perfectly and with the northern lights above them have made many a dream photograph for many a photographer. Well I only had a short time there as I was on my way to Jokulsarlon that day and had a boat trip booked. The weather was also not forecast to be that great. This was the picture I had come to take though. It had to be ok. I drove down there and left the car. The wind was still very strong and biting cold. The sea was choppy and the waves were rolling in. It was clear the reflection wasn't going to be mine but that was no problem. As predicted the clouds started to roll in and the rain. I didn't know how much time I would have but I knew I would have to be heading off after about 90 minutes anyway so I walked through the dunes and stood there in awe. The view was everything I had hoped it would be and more. Though cloudy the light was coming in from the East over the sea and had a strangely yellow/brown tint to it. The mountains were softly lit and the clouds were beginning to pile up. This is my kind of weather. Strong wind, rain, constantly changing light, freezing cold. This was mine. I shot all my pictures here hand held moving about the dunes, down on to the black beach, into the water. The water was so cold. I was absolutely so alive and in the moment. This is why I do what I do. To feel like that. I can still feel it when I remember being there. Even though I was taking pictures I was totally aware that I had to soak in the moment. I may never go there again so this was a time to immerse myself in. For me, this is what it is all about. These are my memories that I am making. It's a good job I was aware because the clouds kept rolling in and becoming more and more dramatic. It was quite a Wagnerian scene and it reached a crescendo and then was over quite suddenly. The clouds came down and hid everything from view. The mountains were gone, the light was gone. It was all over. But I had been there for the show and it only lasted 30 minutes from my arrival to there being nothing to see. That was purely down to luck. My good fortune. If I had arrived 30 minutes later I would not have got any pictures. I would not have the memories I have. I would have had different memories of course and I would not have known what I had missed..........but that's not how it played out. It played out wonderfully for me and I am so grateful that it did. 
I have trips planned for this year and I hope I will come away from them with more memories and more pictures. 
Knowing when something special is happening is a good skill to have. It doesn't have to be something nearly as dramatic as my Iceland trip. It could be anything.....big or small....but recognising it will give you rewards. As recent events have shown again, if we need telling, life is a fragile thing. It can be gone in the blink of an eye. Enjoy each day and drag the best out of everything you can. Fill the world with kindness and love. Share your love, your precious gift to the world. Spread it wide and touch as many people's lives as you can. We can all make a difference to other people's lives so let's do it. 
You already make a huge difference to my life by being the artists that you all are. In the UK we have had many financial restraints and cut-backs over the last ten years and in education they see music and the arts as a luxury that cannot be afforded. I would argue that music and the arts are the most important ways to develop your self. Your identity. Sure, we all need to be able to write and add up. I get that. But to say that art is not important is simply to miss the point of it. What a great outlet it is for our hearts and minds. It makes you a more rounded individual. It sparks your imagination and it lifts your heart. It........and you.....makes the world a better place. 
And here are lots of examples of you all making the world a better place. Please enjoy this selection from my recent favourites. I have tried to include as many of you as I can. Everything you create is wonderful and deserving to be seen. Please, if you find something that does touch you or lifts your heart....just let the artist know. Thank you so much. OK. Here we go. Feet up, tea in hand, enjoy. 

Winter Scenery by JocelyneR             I got them! by JocelyneR             Happy Birthday, Margo by JocelyneR

RIP Jocelyne by 1001G     RIP Our dear Jocelyne (stamp) by MEP4Photography     The angels cry by VDragosPhotography     The chanching of winds ... by ansdesign     Sweet Dreams are made of this (3) by dashakern 

A Messenger (w/ Panjoool) by Rowye   Practice by panjoool 

Poet and guitar by VesnaRa014   Village alley by rougealizarine   Corfu Sunrise by EyeOfTheKat   Selfie - kinda by Tessasa   Skylover by foureyes 

autumn in december... by EdinaBaltas   Some Might Say by Mouselemur   Where Time Rests by Kaeley   winter potpourri by Ingelore  beautiful morning by JoannaRzeznikowska 

The rhythm of seasons by Floreina-Photography   Terminal by AimeeDouglass   Tempus Horizon by Metal-Bender  ... by only1second 

Sporelings IV by MaaykeKlaver   City by DawidZdobylak   Win  willows by stefanzhuty   The Infernal Metaphor for an Apathetic Existence by ColourBlindPencil   I'm not made for this world by MEP4Photography  

Moody atmosphere at the canyon by streamweb    RSCN1806 edited-1 by Jules49442    HAPPY BIRTHDAY TOBY by happytimer     tranquility... by EdinaBaltas 

I cassetti della memoria by SenhArt  Dressed In Red ... by Tigles1Artistry  One More Light... by WhimsicalBlue   Trinkhalme 2 by pillendrehr   Glasses II by Arte-de-Junqueiro 

Alpine lake by Laerian     The Spirit Of Foreverdark Woods by Woman-of-DarkDesires     Rhododendron park in winter II by Pajunen    Milha the gipsy woman by anasofiajc 

End of an era by Pajunen   Unknown Germany pt. CCCLXII by TheChosenPesssimist   Tenderness by VDragosPhotography   Sunset Enchanted bubble by gigi50 

All Gone Wrong by Trippy4U   LIGHTNING  ABSTRACT by IME54-ART   Fleur by Lora-Vysotskaya  Winter trees by MaresaSinclair  Islandmagee by peterpateman 

Run Free by Yuukon   A time to dream by dashakern   Aubrac by Annabelle-Chabert    Thinking by Andorada   

Hintersee by xrust   The Place We Once Longed For by SvenMueller   Sighing river by VeraOzerskaya    The Wrong Side of Rhubarb by richardcgreen 

I Do by Yuukon   Newfound Gap in the Autumn of 2018 by slowdog294  Summer meadow by Finnyanne 

Birch forest by JoaRosa   wonderland... by EdinaBaltas   Playa La Caleta by foureyes   Avian by skydriane   Self Portrait by SenhArt   Hexenhaus im Schnee. by LunaFeles 

LUX by IdaBarracuda   Jura-2085, Far over the misty mountains cold... by swissnaturelover   Little sun dancer by VeraOzerskaya   Rainy Day by happytimer  Kira IV by YannickDesmet 

snow ... snow ... by VDragosPhotography   Mission Peak by chateaugrief   Wytherlorn by wyldraven  Gathering Within The Elements by TeaPhotography 

Wolf painting by EsthervanHulsen   Anne by Hart-Worx    .... by vvola   My Darkness by RickB500     Lago d'Antorno by roblfc1892 

Hidden Portal by LG77   20100520 3907 by metindemiralay   December 29th by Vladimir12908    Slant by eegariM      Spring Grove trees. L1040212, with story by harrietsfriend

January sunset by Pajunen   An Eastern Oregon Vista by SaraRalston   Girl by Pappa60  Ride out on a moose by gigi50 

Eye of the giant by LewiARTs   Be happy by BeatryczeNowicka   . by MWeiss-Art   Cold earth breathing by Ullyssess 

Miles To Go Before I Sleep by PoeticAestheticPhoto     Life Gets In The Way Of The Simple Things by Trippy4U     . by invisigoth88     Torture Tree by glumthegrim     Inky by ChristinaMandy 

Wished away entire lifetime by Smashedintoyou     Fungi-2018-24 by shadowfoxcreative     Les Contrees du Reve by Onodrim-Photography     unforgivable by karen-abramyan 

The Button by EvaPolly   In Colours We Trust 31 by scheinbar    Suisi by Annabelle-Chabert    Welcome 2019 by LUCILALEYLA    Snowland VI by Aenea-Jones 

The Passageway by tvurk    Snowdon by Alex37    h o m e by JonhyBlaze    12x16 NightWash by warballoon 

Shadows of the Dying Sun by Sigfodr    absinthe by Andaelentari    A snowflake is winter's butterfly by AutumnIulia   Wavey Afternoon by StevenDavisPhoto     Crash landed Dreams by rt13rosca 

Phoenix by LauraCallsen   Purity of life by AhmedALRsam     Happy New Year postcard 2019 by AnnaZLove     the calm after the storm....  2012-2018 by ClairObscur16    02 by pledent

Emilies winter wonderland (part3) by little-one-girl      Ciqikou Chongqing by LotharZhou     Storie di Esperia - Reg map5 by adrianamusettidavila 

Val Venegia by Dave-Derbis   Monte Cervino en suisse by boodlemoo   Glass Still Life by DouglasHumphries   Dancing In The Light ... by Tigles1Artistry 

Curves 5 by pillendrehr   Snow Is Serious Business by Nikki-vdp   Happy Holiday Timmy my most beloved dog wish you by bindii   Waiting for you by Nao1967   Do not disturb  by SilverMixx

magic forest by MartinAmm   Kingdom of Knowledge by WhimsicalBlue   Jura-1987, Lac de Moron still clouded by swissnaturelover 

Thank you for looking through these great and inspiring works. It is such an honour for me to be able to share them with you. I truly hope you found some treats amongst them. 
I have recently heard about a Japanese lady who is the queen of de-cluttering and she says that thirty is the most number of books you should own. Clearly she has some issues to work through :lol: Thirty books? I'm afraid she and I would not see eye to eye on that subject. I love my books. I usually have double that number just waiting to be read. Hmmmmm maybe it's me who has an issue :lol: What do you think? I think books are a good thing and you can't have too many books :D
OK everyone. Take care of yourselves and take care of each other. Time is precious so don't waste it. Spread the love and share your heart. :heart: :hug:
My love to you all :hug:


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fleur-de-Lis4444 Featured By Owner 7 hours ago  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks a lot for +fav :) (Smile) 
Scooby777 Featured By Owner 21 hours ago  Hobbyist Photographer
love cat by VDragosPhotography Thank you kindly for your support, LJ! 
bindii Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you! :) :hug:
kaoru-kamiya Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
hello! thanks for the :+fav:Meow :3 
have a nice day!

bring back my yesterday by kaoru-kamiya
NotATypicalHuman Featured By Owner 3 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for the watch! Hope you keep enjoying my work! :D
SenhArt Featured By Owner 5 days ago
           Thank you very  much !!!  Cheering 

            L'odore del mare, la sabbia, l'aria, il vento by SenhArt

LordLJCornellPhotos Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
You're so very welcome :)
Hermetic-Wings Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
I am very pleased by your kind approach of adding me to your :+devwatch: Hope to see you more often :D
LordLJCornellPhotos Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
My pleasure Ayhan :)
EdinaBaltas Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2019
Thank you for the fave Lawrence! :TipOfTheHat:  
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