December 21, 2004


I took this picture this morning near Kenilworth as the faint winter sun attempted to push its way through the clouds. It wasn't actually very dark but the effect of the sun has silhouetted the twigs in the hedgerow. I like the way the twigs seem to be pushing themselves towards the light, there seems to be a message of hope in there also. A larger version is the the winter gallery.

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  1. Robert O'Toole

    The composition is really interesting, with the dark shapes reaching up into the sphere of light and forming a cross over it. Very Kandinsky.

    21 Dec 2004, 17:15

  2. Oh, I didn't notice the cross. It's a very lovely picture. I am not going to say it's reminiscent of anything.

    Cos I can't think of anything it's reminiscent of.

    But it is a really lovely picture.

    21 Dec 2004, 18:10

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