Its the autumn equinox weekend but the weather is really bad. Enough wind and rain for a year. I’ve been going round in circles trying to design a book cover. So what better way to have a break than to add a circular twist to some of my recent pictures.
I rediscovered the Percolator app today. It has been years since I got my iPad out and had some fun with the app. Its a great app for brewing up some circles.
Winter on the top of the Mendip Hills watching the sunrise through a clump of beech trees on Cook’s Fields.
The dovecote sitting on Lusty hill overlooks the town of Bruton in the middle of Somerset. On a spring dawn the face of the building is illuminated in golden sunlight. The field is full of buttercups.
This common darter at Netherclay, near Taunton, rested next to a cobweb. The percolator placed circles between each silk thread of the spiral web.
On the hill above Yarley, near wells, stands a single tree. At the autumn equinox the sun rises along the ridge of the hill.
Going abstract with this image of the Antelope Canyon in Utah, USA.
The images in the post were created using the Percolator app on an iPad. This beautifully design app that can generate some impressive results. I could not recommended it high enough. I discovered it few years ago when I created this picture of the starling hunters (photographers) on a trip with my son to Ham Wall nature reserve in Somerset. I received lots of kind comments about this image and it remains one of my favourites.