Throughout this series of flowers (it was the first Sea Campion image that started me off), my pre-occupation has been with mood rather than depicting the flower itself. I wanted to try to bring more than just our visual perception into play. The beginnings of this triptych lay in the star shape of the calyx; one on its own didn't emphasise it but repeating it makes more of a statement about it. I couldn't find two more to go with the original one I started out with so these I took this afternoon and with the weather back to its default, overcast state, the images came out like the very first Harebell shot. I hope also, it gives more of a sense of the gentle sea breeze but you must tell me whether it works or not.Oh, and I slipped up with the colour profile. I forgot to change the images to Adobe(1998) RGB and did my raw file adjustments in sRGB IEC61966-2.1 - the camera's default. It makes a significant difference and then I was in a dilemma as to which to go for, ending up assigning my usual so the colours are more saturated than I originally intended.