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Subtle colours of an English sky

Subtle colours of an English sky

Tercentenary Plantation – Richmond Park

I’ve always though that, as a nation, we miss the essential beauty that is rendered by our overcast skies.

Jo and I were walking and shooting in Richmond Park this evening and, as is not unusual, the sky was overcast. The sun was setting, giving a muted colour palette as it stretched across the sky.

The light through the trees was full of subtle colours, so I shot up, through the bare trees, using my mental mobile phone with its unbridled passion for colours. It picks up the slightest colours a accentuates them. So, a silvered and golden sky, as opposed to a slate grey sky… I think?

It’s a RAW deal.

It’s a RAW deal.

It’s a RAW Deal – The walk was in the Isabella in Richmond Park. I went to see how the Azaleas are coming along, but I was much too early in the season. Unfortunately, the sun went behind the clouds as I entered the plantation, and it began to rain. I persevered and took a few shots of the babbling brook, as it meandered it’s way through the valley, with my mobile phone camera. It’s a Huawei NOVA 5T

“Let’s get it straight!”

“Let’s get it straight!”

Too late to televise the revolution?

First, a little background: Back in the day I had the privilege to work with some great photographers. Also, I spent quite a few years working for British Rail, initially as an assistant to Paul K Childs, and after a year or two, as an architectural photographer, recording listed buildings for the architects’ department in Croydon. It was a real joy to see these railway structures around the United Kingdom.

More about that another day…

I also worked with Paul Biddle on his complex and beautiful still life work. In both cases I was trained to use complex 5×4 plate camera systems like Sinar amongst others.