‘My recent exhibition ‘Reflection’ was a closer study into clouds and their formations.
I love clouds, and started shooting them for Instagram for pure enjoyment,
and the interest was overwhelming.
I wanted to capture the beauty and fascination of cloud formations throughout
the days and months and seasons.
Once the dark skies and heavy clouds appeared, Harry and I would be out
at La Perouse as soon as possible to study and shoot the ever-changing cloud formations,
and deep skies full of mystery, with occasional appearances by the sun and its’ forceful rays
pushing their way through the clouds.
The worse the weather the better!
Shooting in the middle of Winter was ideal as the weather is so tumultuous, that occasionally I would be
ushered quickly back into my car by the heavy rain that would suddenly appear.
Sometimes not such a bad thing considering the strong winds and cold temperatures.
There would be times the winds were so fierce, it would scare the birds away, whilst other times
the calm skies would also keep playing seagulls absent.
It was a balancing act by the weather for all these elements to come together, and I was it’s minion.
The silence of the skies and the seagulls playing in the breeze, a beautiful and
peaceful way to spend a couple of hours in an afternoon as the sun was setting and of course Harry by my side.
Although my exhibition is now over, my study and love of this subject isn’t.
Stay tuned for a new exhibition date early next year with more more of the same subject, but very different.
You can view all the exhibition pieces here