This year I'm embarking on a project to produce a set of roundographs from a single spot taken every month throughout the year, showing how the place changes as the year cycles on: the changing light, colours and density of life as the leaves grow and fall.
The location I chose is a little country lane in Pishill, Oxfordshire, a few miles from our house. It is a point on a little walk we often do where a small path through grazing fields meets the main tree-lined track, and overlooks arable fields. It therefore contains a lot of natural and farmed elements that should provide a good amount of variety over the next ten months.
Two months in, here are my first two images; in wormhole form to emphasise the canopy of greenery that will appear in Spring. My exact position was slightly different between images, which although it greatly irritates me when I look, it's something which I hope won't matter too much to other people!