Absolutely terrifying children's swing and slide in the pub garden of The Two Brewers in Street, Somerset.
I feel like something similar was used on a 70s rock album, but I can't quite place it.
It's not from the inside cover of 'In The Court of The Crimson King', because I checked that. Maybe something by Gong?
Sunlight through grass and branches in Somerset.
Black and white version here.
Tree silhouette in Street, Somerset, evoking African plains and hot summer nights.
The sky colours were created by re-processing the image several times over, using a variety of methods, including EQing. No colours were added, and the result is an extreme version of what was already present in the actual sky, but hidden to the naked eye.
A distressed, black and white version can be found here.
Three black sheep looking at Glastonbury Tor - perhaps reminiscent of the 3 wise men, or 3 wise monkeys. Either way, black sheep are always appropriate for Glastonbury. (There is also a colour version here).
Three black sheep looking at Glastonbury Tor - perhaps reminiscent of the 3 wise men, or 3 wise monkeys. Either way, black sheep are always appropriate for Glastonbury. (There is also a black and white version here).
The Hood Monument lies between Street and Butleigh in Somerset.
Seems rather more phallic from this angle. Could be seen a comment on the male ego, if you want it to be.