Dee in Flood – Farndon II

Sunshine arrives!
Sunshine arrives!

Well, that looks better!  Altogether more cheerful! which is what I had in mind.  The painting is not longer influenced by the original one – the lighting has changed. The picture is no longer brooding, mysterious perhaps, with a storm brewing.  In fact the storm had passed leaving an immense amount of flood water, but nothing unusual to residents, as the flood plain of the Dee is still used to manage the river.  Winter floods are part of scene most years.

I’m still learning about my camera and what happens when I move a photo on to the blog.  The colours in the painting are brighter than my first pass but not as glowing as they appear in this photo.  The apparent florescent pink is more brown so does not dominate.  The high water level and the reflected light under the bridge arches give an altogether lighter feel to the piece.  It Seems to me that blogs are more about photography than I thought.

One thought on “Dee in Flood – Farndon II”

  1. You’ve joined the “oh dear me, photography!” club a good deal earlier than some of us. We all say something like this at some point!

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