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The spare lines of this lighthouse at Hurst
Point on the Hampshire coast, opposite the
western end of the Isle of Wight, make for a
pleasing composition, and the dash of green
on the window sill only serves to accentuate
the lack of colour elsewhere. The strong
diagonal lines and the shape of the shadows
all help strengthen the composition. This is
classically known as a 'high-key' picture,
where predominantly light tones are
complimented by sparser dark tones, in
contrast to my more usual pictures, which
tend to be 'low-key' and the opposite in tonal
separation. My wife says the latter reflect my
gloomy outlook on life, but I say it's only
because I find darker pictures easier to find,
and they tend to be more forgiving in the edit
suite.
The spare lines of this lighthouse at Hurst Point on the Hampshire coast, opposite the
western end of the Isle of Wight, make for a pleasing composition, and the dash of green
on the window sill only serves to accentuate the lack of colour elsewhere. The strong
diagonal lines and the shape of the shadows all help strengthen the composition. This is
classically known as a 'high-key' picture, where predominantly light tones are
complimented by sparser dark tones, in contrast to my more usual pictures, which tend
to be 'low-key' and the opposite in tonal separation. My wife says the latter reflect my
gloomy outlook on life, but I say it's only because I find darker pictures easier to find, and
they tend to be more forgiving in the edit suite.
The spare lines of this lighthouse at Hurst
Point on the Hampshire coast, opposite the
western end of the Isle of Wight, make for a
pleasing composition, and the dash of green
on the window sill only serves to accentuate
the lack of colour elsewhere. The strong
diagonal lines and the shape of the shadows
all help strengthen the composition. This is
classically known as a 'high-key' picture,
where predominantly light tones are
complimented by sparser dark tones, in
contrast to my more usual pictures, which
tend to be 'low-key' and the opposite in tonal
separation. My wife says the latter reflect my
gloomy outlook on life, but I say it's only
because I find darker pictures easier to find,
and they tend to be more forgiving in the edit
suite.

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The spare lines of this lighthouse at Hurst Point on the Hampshire coast, opposite the western end of the Isle  of Wight, make for a pleasing composition, and the dash of green on the window sill only serves to accentuate the lack of colour elsewhere. The strong diagonal lines and the shape of the shadows all help strengthen the composition. This is classically known as a 'high-key' picture, where predominantly light tones are complimented by sparser dark tones, in contrast to my more usual pictures, which tend to be 'low-key' and the opposite in tonal separation. My wife says the latter reflect my gloomy outlook on life, but I say it's only because I find darker pictures easier to find, and they tend to be more forgiving in the edit suite.  
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