Continuing the weekly challenges for the Brighton Photographers Group on Facebook. The rules are simple, one image per theme (unless otherwise stated) and ideally shot the same week as the theme (ie no submitting from archives).
This was another ‘anything and nothing’ challenge for me; one of those subjective themes that can be so wide it’s difficult (for me, anyway) to narrow down what to do. I had been meaning to visit Devil’s Dyke on the South Downs (just north of Brighton and Hove) for a long time. So, it was there I took my camera for a wander and sought inspiration for this theme along the way. I didn’t get the tight composition of patchwork fields or rolling hills-type shot that I thought I might get, however it was a sunny intervals with the odd sprinkling of rain sort of day and there were some gorgeous cloud formations around. They complemented the beautiful landscape very well and I got my abstract shot!
Shot on digital SLR with a 28-300mm lens.
Processed in Lightroom Classic.
210mm | 1/800 sec | f/8.0 | ISO 200