Out in the midday Sun

Words/Photographs: Tony Eveling

South downs, Sussex, England,UK
South downs, Sussex, England,UK

I really like the patterns that just seem to happen in landscapes, that pop out at different times of the day depending on the mood of the photographer and other environmental things like the harshness or softness and colour of the light. And passing down to the Sussex coast across the South Downs, the harsh, intense mid morning sunshine and the hazy, dusty, dry air focused my attention onto this series of fields. Just taken from the side of the road I loved the layers and simple abstract patterns. I bumped up the contrast in Photoshop to bring out the textures and patterns, and a little story of the landscape emerged amongst the abstract patterns.

  • J’adore les différents dégradés de vert de cette image ! C’est superbe !!

  • Rick Tyrrell says:

    Wonderful textures and patterns here, Tony!

  • Un magnifique panel de tons verts, c’est vraiment superbe !

  • So beautiful colored landscape
    Great patterns, colors

  • Perfect greens and a fine aerial perspective – makes me long for Ireland, where I’d relished in so many shades of green.

    • Thanks Markus, I agree these islands of ours are stuffed full of green from now on and through the summer months…I think it was last year we had all the rain in the spring and the country exploded in greenery…It may have been wet, but the countryside looked vibrant and alive!

  • I agree nature provides the shots we just have to see them.

    • Ah yes, when nature calls! …or something like that! If I see something I like I have to stop and photograph it…..I know people talk about dawn and dusk…but sometimes the inbetweeny bits are good too…..

  • Your narrative says it all, Tony. Very effective processing to bring out the textures!

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