Old versus new. Reclaimed victorian cutlery trays from the cutlery factory in which I used to have my studio. Old, battered and unique. They were used for storing sets of cutlery and tea sets, and the parts to make them. They’ve been cut out and inlaid with birch plywood, and finished in white matte by R. Mortimer and Sons, French Polisher. Exhibited at Cafe #9, Nether Edge, Sheffield. Photography by http://envioustime.tumblr.com/
Out of all the cloud types, only one kind derives from the Latin term for “udder”: Mammatus clouds. And when you see them, this meteorological name makes a whole lot of sense. They billow downwards in a pattern of distinctive lumpiness that peg them as fascinating subjects to photograph. Keep tuned in to weather reports for thunderstorms, because these puffy clouds usually indicate intense storms to come and you might find a rare opportunity to capture them.