It's hard to capture the sense of speed, the loud reports, whizzes and pops of the high powered engine, or the ferocity of the car skidding across gravel and dried earth. This is the closest I could get without resorting to video.
I saw this tree in the depths of winter and liked the strong lines of the branches and their randomness. As a tryptich, it enables you to look at each section in more detail; or appreciate it as a whole.
I was trying to create the perspective you would get from using a tilt-shift lens. This produces a "toy" effect, as the brain gets a confused sense of where the point of focus should be. Shot with an Olympus Trip 35.
35mm Fuji Real, ASA200
There is an element of serendiptity about this shot. The flash did not fire and I was left with this evocative, low-key image. Whilst there was a lot going on in the background, the focus is well and truly on the model.
35mm, Fuji Superia ASA400