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Maggi Hambling created Scallop, a four metre high steel sculpture bearing the words “I hear those voices that will not be drowned” from the opera Peter Grimes, as a tribute to Benjamin Britten.
I fell in love with this huge derelict old mill the moment I set eyes upon it, in the rear-view mirror of my car while driving past one day in search of decaying urban imagery. It was not until the following day that I made my image, after spending some time visualising this exact result.
Walnut trees have a mythical sinister history, they were traditionally believed to harbour malevolent spirits. I spent a particularly overcast May Day morning in this enchanting walnut grove. It was a damp day with dull diffuse light, perfect conditions to successfully portray the wonderfully harmonious colours of these gnarled old moss and lichen covered trees.