ARCHIVE 180 – FLOODED FIELD
September 24, 2015 12 Comments
The tips of coarse marsh grasses protruding from floodwater in a field on Tadham Moor; the Somerset Levels; 23 Nov 2012.
I’d had thoughts about cropping in more closely on this image, to better show the grasses, but I’m sticking with this version because I think that the surrounding negative space gives the image “room to breathe” – ie it is not cramped, and it gives more of a sense of the isolation and desolation that the floods have brought.
D700 with 70-300 Nikkor at 300mm; 200 ISO.