The Moray Firth Annan, James Craig  (Scottish, 1864-1946)

"Moray Firth" is the first example we have seen from Mr. Annan’s camera of marine photography but there is none of the indecision of the novice about it. The incoming sweep of the waves, with their surf-topped crests, the liquidity of the water (and it is not always thus in photographs), and the general composition combine to form a harmony of ocean. From our Scottish Representative.

References

The Amateur Photographer and Photographic News, vol. 53, no. 1371 10 Jan 1911. ‘The Scottish Salon. First Notice’. 1 This account of the annual Scottish National Photographic Salon gives a flavor of the occasion. The opener was the Lord Provost (i.e. Mayor) of the city. Annan was one of the judges.