A landscape in B&W. It’s one of the amazing views from within our village.
Thousands of books, magazines and webpages are written about landscapers who create gardens, public green, and minor landscapes in the open. Minor these are; for one tend to forget that the major landscapers in this world are the farmers. Where ever you travel, just look around. The images below I took last Tuesday on the way home from a day trip. The pictured landscapes are between Caledon and Stanford in the Western, Cape, South Africa.
What is really fascinating me at this stage (see also previous posting) are the ever changing colors that surround me. Most people don’t realize that during the day the colors change and even between days and times one can notice differences. The sky this morning at 7 had a different color than yesterday at the same time.
This morning at 7 (South African time) the sky was in the ‘soft mood’ with pastel tints dominating.
Sometime ago I did a photo session with Karuna, a 13 year old girl from our village. At this stage I’m redoing the portraits I made in photoshop. Just a bit of experimenting. All picture-elements shot in our garden and here in Stanford.
Today the first revisited image. Three more to follow this week.