Neil Barnes picks his favourites from the Shed Gallery.

These are my picks with just a brief explanation as to why I enjoyed them, I’d rather let the pictures speak for themselves but any of these I would be proud to have in my portfolio.

A Journey's End by Tony Antoniou

A Journey's End by Tony Antoniou

This picture stood head and shoulders above most for me, I love its simplicity and its surrealism, it reminds me of something by the late Storm Thorgeson. Being a monotone just adds to that air of mystery.

Down by David Jacks

Down by David Jacks

What a brilliant idea this is creative photography at its best. A picture that definitely tells a story and very cleverly done. Wish I’d though of that!

Skimming the Light by Emma Burton

Skimming the Light by Emma Burton

Gorgeous in its simplicity, a perfect focal point with beautiful subtle colours. A very saleable shot I should imagine.

Polar Bear on the Artic Ice pack by Nige Nicholas

Polar Bear on the Artic Ice pack by Nige Nicholas

Once in a lifetime picture, great composition, beautiful colours and pin- sharp.

Scan0009 by Tim Edwards

Scan0009 by Tim Edwards

A well-worn idea but extremely well executed. Pictures don’t have to be complicated, this proves that. Love the colours, the lines and the composition.

5 thoughts on “Neil Barnes picks his favourites from the Shed Gallery.

  1. Thanks Neil for picking one of my images as a favourite of yours. Having looked through your collection, I consider your comments high praise indeed from someone of your aptitude. It’s much appreciated and very much look forward to seeing more of your fantastic work. Thanks – Tony.

  2. Thank you for including one of my photos, Neil, I am honoured and grateful; it means a great deal to me to be featured alongside such excellent work.

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