I don’t know if photographic exposure is a thorny issue for anyone but speaking more literally, the subject of this first image is definitely thorny!
These images may seem under exposed but if they are slightly dark, that is because it was a very dark day for our Taste of Gower walk at Southgate on the Gower Peninsula. Personally I would describe the walk as exhilarating but I accept that it would not suit everyone. There was still colour to be seen on such a dark day – the Whin (or Gorse if you prefer) and the fungi to be found in the grass was a welcome break to the slate grey of the clouds and sea.
The last photo has great potential for designing a warp colors….. Will have to give it a try! Thanks!
That sounds interesting. I look forward to seeing what you weave.
You Know that ” kissing ‘s out of season when the whins are out of bloom” so kissing looks in a good place!!!