Panoramic photo from the bilingual book (english-french) "Scotland panorama" by panoram-art.com
A journey across the legendary Highlands of Scotland along the west coast. One of the few remaining wildernesses of Europe: rugged and melancholic beauty, changeable skies, infinite and deserted... The 100 most beautiful landscapes in the Highlands of Scotland from France''s leading panoramic photographer
Lover of landscapes, his focus is upon outdoor photography and easily accessible, natural or historic wonders. His work essentially attempts to evoke, in a poetic way, the atmosphere of places untouched by humanity, while creating timeless works. Since 1989, Hervé Sentucq has travelled through France and Scotland in search of the unusual angles and fleeting light which momentarily reveal the latent beauty of our surroundings.
Sentucq''s mastery of the panoramic format replicates the dizzying wonder and liberating experience of these views as no other medium can.
He is the author of two others acclaimed volumes Normandie: Horizons Panoramiques (2004) and France, the panoramas (2009), and has had numerous solo exhibitions including at the Institut Français in Edinburg. Panoramic photo from the bilingual book Scotland panorama by www.panoram-art.com
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