Clinging to the Dale

Following the last post where I showcased my affinity for symmetrical round shapes I present to you a couple that were made two weeks after.

This time I used cold cathodes on the first shot, lights on sticks on the second and cycloids going into the distance with a custom RGB light source on both.

The title comes from the name of the park: Clingendael. Not sure if it's the right interpretation etymologically but it sounds just right.

When going through the archives I do notice how much more orange the sky was due to sodium street lights. Nowadays with more efficient LED lights the sky is much colder Kelvin wise. I did like to exacerbate the orange on an overcast day like this by choosing a warm white balance.



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