The wonderfully folded fields near Stathmiglo don’t always grow potatoes or carrots. In 2014 there was a crop of barley or wheat, and from my viewpoint with the low warm sun, the texture had a chenille-like quality.
Potatoes are planted in big ridges, and in the right light they make stunning semi-abstract images. This field is visible from the A91 between Strathmiglo and Gateside. These are the some of the first images I took when I changed to a Pentax K5 II. Someone said they reminded them of some of Bridget Riley’s work and I can see where they were coming from.