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Cloud cover by LordLJCornellPhotos Cloud cover :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 244 19 At one with the world by LordLJCornellPhotos At one with the world :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 171 14 A granite gateway. by LordLJCornellPhotos A granite gateway. :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 591 31 The light show. by LordLJCornellPhotos The light show. :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 230 21 Crossing the glens. by LordLJCornellPhotos Crossing the glens. :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 231 28 History is circular by LordLJCornellPhotos History is circular :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 164 23 When your fate is not in your hands by LordLJCornellPhotos When your fate is not in your hands :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 281 27 One for Trippy by LordLJCornellPhotos One for Trippy :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 157 27 Space to breathe by LordLJCornellPhotos Space to breathe :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 145 22 Stepping into the past. by LordLJCornellPhotos Stepping into the past. :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 189 27 The unmistakable peak. by LordLJCornellPhotos The unmistakable peak. :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 231 30 It's all over now by LordLJCornellPhotos It's all over now :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 218 33 Soaking it up by LordLJCornellPhotos Soaking it up :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 270 21 The bench with the view of all views by LordLJCornellPhotos The bench with the view of all views :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 168 30 Nature's cloud shroud. by LordLJCornellPhotos Nature's cloud shroud. :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 386 38 A purple cushion. by LordLJCornellPhotos A purple cushion. :iconlordljcornellphotos:LordLJCornellPhotos 207 28



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


You can buy a small book of a selection of my Isle Of Skye pictures here.
You can just have a look at it if you like.…
Hello everyone. Well, I think I have repaired my journal and feature from yesterday. At some point it lost a lot of pictures from the feature which I have now replaced. You may wish to take another look in case you have missed any of the beautiful art that went missing. Thank you and I wish you all a good day :)
Hi everyone. I made a new feature today but looking at it this evening it seems that lots of the pictures are just not there. I will look at it in the morning and rectify this. My apologies. An update will appear tomorrow.
  • Listening to: Aretha Franklin
  • Reading: Fibber in the heat
  • Watching: Mike and Molly
  • Playing: At photography
  • Eating: Smoked cheese
  • Drinking: Coffee

I was grounded
While you filled the skies
I was dumbfounded by truth
You cut through lies
I saw the rain dirty valley
You saw Brigadoon
I saw the crescent
You saw the whole of the moon

You know, I read a lot and I listen to music a lot. I have mentioned before that good writers have the ability to use very few words to say a great deal. For many years this one sentence from this song has been living in my head. "I saw the crescent, you saw the whole of the moon". You see, I may once have been that person. I saw the crescent but I have been learning, over the years, to see the whole of the moon. I have many role models in life, some of them photographers, some writers, some sports people, some adventurers and many people who I have come across in life (funnily enough no politicians :lol: ) When I see the photographs of Joe Cornish I am totally aware that he is seeing the whole of the moon. It is about being on another level. You don't just see things on a basic level, you see things in a different way. A couple of journals ago I was using a quote about artists being seers. This is going along the same theme. Artists don't just see the sun set, they feel the sun set. Seeing the whole of the moon is about crossing the line between seeing and feeling. If you don't feel it then does it have any meaning to you other than on a superficial level? I think that there are many of you out there who do see the whole of the moon. You may not be aware of it but it shows in your art. Do any of you remember when you may have been seeing the crescent but something changed in you to open you up to the bigger experience? Is it something that changes in you or you just born that way and you just have to learn to open your eyes and your mind? I think artists are born, not made. What lives inside each of you is the need to express yourself in a format that gets it out of you and into the world. 
I could not be happier than if I thought I was seeing the whole of the moon and not just the crescent. That is how I want to think I see the world. It is how I want to think artists see the world. I don't mean to generalise but artists are different to the rest of the human race. They are very different to scientists for instance. The world is made up of different kinds of people and thank goodness it is. Other people probably do only see the crescent because they have no need for the kind of fulfilment that artists have. They want different things out of life and that is absolutely fine. Happiness comes in many forms. 
I am about to head off on my next adventure so I am happy at the moment. My excitement levels are rising as I will be heading off to Iceland at the weekend. 
"Life,travel, adventure, bless and don't be sorry". Jack Karouac.
I am flying into the West of Iceland then flying across to the East coast. The next week will be spent driving back along the South coast east to west back to the airport with many stops and adventures along the way. I am really looking forward to this. I will be on a boat trip on the Glacier Lagoon and taking a super jeep trip up to the volcano Hekla. Other then that I will be out and about with my camera looking for whatever Iceland can give me. So that is why I am doing this feature. I will be enjoying myself in the land of fire and ice. This will be so good. Iceland has been having quite a wet year so far so maybe I will come back with some moody pictures taken in the rain? Who knows ;) It will make a change form all the sunshine, blue skies and hot weather we had over the Spring and Summer here. I haven't taken as many pictures this year as I would like so I am itching to get out there. 
"The greatest adventure is what lies ahead". JRR Tolkien
And now it is with the greatest pleasure that I get to share your art. It really does give me a lot of joy to give you all the chance to see and be seen. Finding new art to enjoy is always a thrill for me. It never wears off. I hope you will all find something here to make you feel like that. As always, if you do like something, please let the artist know if you have the time. Meanwhile, here we go. Sit back, relax and enjoy. 

Assymetrical Beauty by TeaPhotography  The Palace in Silesian Naklo by sanderus   Morning at Tsate Lake by ZephyraMilie  Whisper 2 by aspruli  A Day in the Park by MEP4Photography 
For All...Have a wonderful week by BlueIvyViolet  Better Days by Scooby777  Asian Small-Clawed Otter - Aonyx Cinerea by Yuukon   . by invisigoth88   689- THE RED BALLOON by jhsavoldelli

Otherworldly landscape by streamweb  Forest Fairy by RENOPHOTO   Rural Treasures II - The Glorious Eleven by Unkopierbar  A Million Years Ago by Unkopierbar 
Down South by Unkopierbar  Esthetic by Filipp13   Polina by Filipp13  Anri. Trainee by Filipp13   To Love Somebody by 33M 

The Silent Noise by WhimsicalBlue    Princes Pier by FlabnBone   this is goodbye by only1second    sleeping ent... by edinaB 

Grinnell's Blue Chrysocolla by eegariM  Ocean's infinity... by Omoidenoki  Swiftcurrent Bellyaching by MaciejKarcz  Distraction by aspruli  4 v 2 by Jos3chan 

End of Summer by PassionAndTheCamera   Hard To Thrill by Mouselemur   Reflections of Art Nouveau by Canankk   Suantrai Meisciuil by Yuukon 

And we'll be there by TheUnconfidentArtist   Light my quill! by Arhar   La sieste by Melusine8    und am Ende zog ein gewaltiger Sturm auf... by Woman-of-DarkDesires    the day I rise above by lovemyscars 

Forest Trail by sixstringphonic   Wading Giants by Metal-Bender   Chamomile by ArtistHanna   Bow Fiddle Rock by DominikaAniola  Serenade by saperlipop  Shine on... by MEP4Photography 

Above the Trees, Below the Clouds by eegariM   Sawtooths in the Spring by Samtian   Blown Away by TheFoxAndTheRaven   Certi angoli nascosti by SenhArt 

Summer  2018 by Juanilla   The beauty that is Scaleber Force. by Pistolpete2007   Didi II by LidiaVives    me at the colosseum by LunaFeles   344 - Deepest Roots and Darkest Blues by ElyneNoir 

Riders on the Storm by Metal-Bender    Snowland X v2.0 by Aenea-Jones     Outside by IdaBarracuda  MC Pinky Beckels by DouglasHumphries 

I caught you! by VesnaRa014  Red Rock Canyon 4 by Mac-Wiz  Being for the Benefit of Mister Kite by Metal-Bender  La Promenade by Lora-Vysotskaya 

Die Heimkehr by Woman-of-DarkDesires   akhnaten by sleurope   685-GREEN LANDSCAPE by jhsavoldelli   Summer Time Feeling! by mockingbirdontree   Peyto Lake by dashakern 

Dverghamrar by streamweb  Coalesce by eegariM  Old village by Ullyssess  Isle Of Skye Pano IV by danUK86 

Emptied by Trippy4U    Kolugljufur by RawPoetry   Cloudscape by tracybutlerart   daisy by IreneHorvath    Dogwood Blossoms by happytimer 

Happy Birthday Mel by 1001G    On the road by Annabelle-Chabert    ID by ValeriyaSegal    Abenone by ValeriyaSegal    Pinkish by ValeriyaSegal 

Rusty Flames by borda  Earls Crag and Wainmans Pinnacle. by GaryTaffinder   Cyclone by Trippy4U   Senryu 4 by Anka-loves-to-fly   Into the blue by SilverMixx 

Mountain lake by Laerian     Showing Humility by Canankk     I know by ivtaya      Tenderness 3 by pillendrehr 

Sea by MorganMorren    Blueberry Hill by richardcgreen   My Blueprint by visionart   Hooded vulture by Maria-Schreuders   Gorgeous amanita by gigi50 

Forest Nymph by Nikki-vdp   Cat Pyrography (Wood Burning) by snazzie-designz  UNDEN LAKE , MIDDLE SWEDEN by IME54-ART  Patricia Lake by dashakern  Rouse The Rolling Sky by AlicesPlace 

I Ching 28 - Da Guo (Great Preponderance) by annewipf    the graveyard days II by Bodhisattvacary   Watercolour II by Moss-Portland   Glencar by Annabelle-Chabert    Awash by MEP4Photography   Hiryu falls by Omoidenoki   Red Tulips by happytimer    Refreshing by Laerian 

August Evening by the Sea by Pajunen    The Kelpies by Yuukon    Wind by dashakern   Krk 2 by EvaPolly   

Above the Skyline by eegariM   little bomb of crazy by jrockar   Untitled -run like hell- by lien  The Cage by lien 

Rainy Stroll by Leonid Afremov by Leonidafremov      dark river by jhsavoldelli      The Danger Rises from the Sea Mist by annewipf       Candle in the dark by Mouse200 

:iconbugsbunnyplz: That's all folks :D
I hope you enjoyed my selection from the last three weeks or so. Amazing isn't it? All these are from my favourites from the last three weeks or just over. You have all been very busy and I love that. I am always looking for new artists so feel free to point me towards them :) I love what :icontrippy4u: has been doing with his 'meet the neighbours' features. Excellent work Richard :clap:
So, until next time, spread the love and keep on creating your magic. Keep seeing the whole of the moon. 
Love and best wishes to you all :hug: :heart: and I will see you when I return from the next big adventure :D


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Nao1967 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
LordLJCornellPhotos Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome :D
Arhar Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2018
Thank you! :rose:
LordLJCornellPhotos Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome :)
Wessonnative Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2018
You have a stunning gallery of images from one of the most beautiful places on Earth.  Well done.
LordLJCornellPhotos Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you very much :D
I'm assuming you mean Scotland. A country I love. 
aspruli Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2018
Thank You...:sun:..!
LordLJCornellPhotos Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
It's my pleasure :)
Arhar Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2018
Thank you! :rose:
LordLJCornellPhotos Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome :)
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