through a winter landscape

Posted by carlotta on Tuesday January 21st, 2014 at 2:02pm

After an interesting morning attending the launch of an art exhibit at Lewes Station followed by a visit to a nearby organic farm to take portraits of the owner (more on that in the next blog post) on my home I was treated to a dramatic show of fog and sunlight. Although it is easy to assume that the winter landscape is bland and devoid of interest, in fact the yellow fields and brown branches can sing with colours, textures and shapes. Especially when both fog and sunlight fill the air.

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