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'Windfall Light'

'Windfall Light'


The evocative image 'Windfall Light' captures escaping shafts of sunlight brushing aside the leaves in dense Cheshire woodland. The picture is an example of 'komorebi' a Japanese word describing sunlight streaming through trees for which there is no direct English equivalent. The title 'Windfall Light' is a dreamlike metaphor borrowed from Dylan Thomas's poem 'Fern Hill' which poetically describes the remembered magic of such light - ”And once below a time I lordly had the trees and leaves, Trail with daisies and barley, Down the rivers of the windfall light.”
Available as a 22.25" x 16.25" size fine art archival print in a limited edition of 25

'From Shining Tor to Shutlingsloe' 'Windfall Light' 'From Black Hill' - Near Taxal, Whaley Bridge, Kettleshulme and Goyt Valley 'Windgather' - Near Taxal, Whaley Bridge, Kettleshulme and Goyt Valley