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Artist // Hobbyist // Photography
  • Oct 17
  • United Kingdom
  • Deviant for 12 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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You can 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 D850 Nikon Z7II 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
Merry Christmas everyone. It has been a cold week here. Colder than we have seen for many a year. Even here, in the south of England, we had snow a week ago and it is still here because it has been so cold. I would say I love this weather if I didn't have to drive in it very early in the morning :lol: I love the feeling of the cold biting at my fingers and toes and how my nose tingles and my eyes water. I love pulling on my thick socks and my big, heavy jumpers (sweaters). Pulling on my serious walking boots and zipping up my serious coat. I use the word serious because this is the weather these things were designed for. You couldn't wear this coat unless the temperature was below zero or you'd be too hot. My fleecy hat tops it off and I feel well protected but I can still feel how cold it is without actually freezing out there. The main roads have been cleared pretty well but the side roads have been left as have the pavements (sidewalks) which makes it quite exciting walking
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Here we are just past Halloween. Last night was bonfire night over here where we have huge bonfires and fireworks displays. These events really do mark deep autumn time and the rapid approach of winter. It hasn't really been that cold yet but, in contrast to the previous dry months it has been very wet. To celebrate all this wetness I am going to the Isle Of Skye next weekend for a few days. I know I always joke about Scotland being wet so 'take your coat' when you go............well this year it has been very wet so it is going to be a challenging week. You know I don't mind a bit of rain but I am already preparing myself for the possibility of this being a bit of a wash out. You never know though. You have to get out there anyway because if you are not there you can't shoot it. So I'm going to put myself out here at least and see what happens. I have been thinking about the differences between Skye (which is the Inner Hebrides) and Harris and Lewis etc. (the Outer Hebrides) and I
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And I am back from my first trip to the Outer Hebrides. Here is my GPS trace for the time I was there. I left Oban for Castlebay in the south on the Monday and then worked my way up to leave Stornaway for Ullapool on the Wednesday nine days later. The GPS failed on the last ferry to Ullapool because it was a much newer ferry and all the electronics from the bridge interfered with my little unit. The Outer Hebrides or the Western Isles (also known as Na h-Innse Gall or the Long Isle) is a group of islands that lie off the north west coast of Scotland. The Isle Of Skye lies between the Outer Hebrides and the mainland. On my trip I got the Calmac ferry from Oban to Castlebay on the Isle of Barra in the south. I was there Monday and Tuesday night then moved on by ferry to Eriskay and a drive through South Uist, Benbecula into north Uist. I stayed there Wednesday and Thursday night then on by ferry from Berneray to Leverburgh on Harris. I stayed near Tarbert for two nights. Then on
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It's so sad to think that Larry's not among us anymore...

I'll not forget him, his smile, his kinddness, his work;

The "Wreck in a Scottish fjord" I painted for him long ago

will stay in my atelier....

Think of you often brother...RIP Sprite Rip: Large Vine House

I can't believe it's been more than a year since you passed away...

I keep expecting your Christmas card to show up any day now, when it dawns on me you're not around anymore to send it.

Every time I see a grumpy Owl (which has been a lot of late) I think of you and I smile through my tears.

Every time I hear someone speek about the Isle of Skye or the Outer Hybrids, I remember how you described them.

This community still misses you, your photos and your way with words every day.

I found out today that he's no longer with us........:no:

It still hits hard, doesn't it.

Hello Lawrence, so many wonderful photos. Thank you for that, you are a professional photographer for me. You live in a very photogenic area. that is good so. br R.