Oak tree by Blenheim Palace Park lake
This tree is probably about four or five hundred
It now stands by the lake, but when it grew it would have been
on the lower slopes of a little tributary valley
off the Glyme valley,
with a small stream flowing near by.
Many people tend to assume my series photographs follow
the seasons (especially when in sets of four),
and in this case they do roughly (as a set of 12 months).
But my main aim in series is to catch different lights rather than
There's usually a lot more variation within one month, or even
a day than there is between the seasons.
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