It was one of those evenings where, although the sun had long set, the light seemed reluctant to release it's grip on the day. I spied the fence with its reflection and decided to try and capture the tranquility of the scene. By this point, it was so dark, it was almost impossible to see the anything through the camera's viewfinder. I was drawn by the cool blue hues in this image and the motion of the clouds against the static fence. The calmness of the reflection portrayed in the image, was in direct contrast to my increasingly manic, arm waving, convulsions as I fended off the hordes of hungry midges. Eventually after much blood letting on both sides, an uneasy truce was called and the antagonists retreated, mutually satisfied with the outcome. Photo © copyright by Graham Chalmers.