Daffodils gather elsewhere, but in Trend, the clouds wander, alone with the Milky Way.
I’ve been making a lot of black and white pictures of late – a symmetry of mood and creative impulse perhaps. My eye appears to have traded its attraction to colour for tone.
Then once in a while, I’m shocked by what the world gives me.
The beach in Trend, a small town perched on the craggy shores of the Limfjord, is a favourite escape lately. Every visit is different, a reminder to attend to the world, despite the veil of uncertainty that tightens around us all.
Seems like both of us are in the mood for clouds.
It seems that way. Hugs from over here. See you soon.
“a reminder to attend to the world, despite the veil of uncertainty that tightens around us all.”
Oh yes, yes!
Love you too Erin!
Time travel? These beautiful photographs of clouds take me back to the 1980s and Konica 3200ASA colour film, which I used to print in monochrome just to annoy my peers; and now, being a curmudgeonly old reprobate, I still do a lot of my digital images in mono.
From one curmudgeon to another: printing colour film in monochrome sounds rather delightful. Monochrome is honestly quite new to me, but it’s a satisfying way to explore nostalgia that belongs to someone else. These spare, tone-rich surroundings I’ve been shooting in, are quite different to the one i normally reside in, so this is both escape, and ecstatic exploration.