It’s nice to get back to some blue sky thinking in front of the computer today after a hectic few weeks re-drafting a talk (‘Observations on a Visual Journey’) for camera clubs, which aired for the first time last night at Bookham Camera Club. One of the joys for me, as a long-in-the-tooth Photographer, is to share some of my images and talk about what I have learnt in the course of a 50 year visual journey. It was good to meet such an enthusiastic bunch of people last night, who seemed to enjoy what I had to say, and were very welcoming. Thank you, Bookham.
A puddle on a fine day often provides an interpretation of the world, or the sky – and always upside down. Inverting the view, and some careful weeding of ‘dirt’ dispersed across the sky, has produced a sky-scape to brighten what is, meteorologically, a rather drab day today.
As always, click on the image to see a higher quality enlargement.