Do not adjust your sets. The images you are about to see are purposefully dark, for it is still night here at the Fairegarden. We are tip-toeing gingerly around the garden paths, just barely able to see where to step. But the light will be coming along shortly, and with it all colors will be revealed. But for right now, the scene is shades of grey and brown.
Things are changing with each passing second. Almost imperceptibly, the paintings of the garden become more clear to the human eye, even as the camera eye, set on auto, tries to adjust for the lack of candlepower. The grainy portraits have a surreal quality, not quite in focus, mere suggestions of what really is.
See me! Feel me, touch me, heal me. (Yes, it’s a link)
In full summer daylight, there is too much light, the light is too harsh, the rays too hot. It burns the lens perception to a white out. But now, now, with each passing moment changes, changes are taking place, so small but still moving forward.