Wednesday, 28 August 2013
The distance between the foot of the first Sister and the summit of Beachy Head, corresponds to the distance between the neck of the leftmost swan and the tail-feathers of the rightmost one.
If both photographs were viewed as negatives, the Seven Sisters would be black sisters, and the swans black swans, and the vertical black lines in the sky - indicating the Sisters - would be white. But the white lines in the water, made by the reflections of the swans’ necks, would still be black.
Swans are known to be ‘bad flyers’. The Seven Sisters are a well known jumping off spot for bad flyers.
Both subjects are photographic ‘favourites’, clichés: photographing swans, like the photography of graveyards, should be encouraged.
Sunday, 25 August 2013
The front two ponies overlap. The front two cows overlap.
The distance between the first and last pony, corresponds to the distance between the first and last cow.
The difference in height between the first cow and the last cow, corresponds with the difference in height between the first and the last pony.
Of the seven cows, only one cow - the third from the left - can be seen in full.
Of the seven ponies, only one pony - the third from the left - can be seen in full.