What do you think, please?
reedited (I'm trying to get the cattails to "pop" more):
Does anyone know the 1940s french film by director Jean Cocteau - La Belle et La Bete? It's in B&W and is EXTREMELY atmospheric. It's really a series of GORGEOUS moving photographs. The visual of it is what really speaks - there are very few words in the script. Anyway, all of the outdoor shots on the beast's estate are full of brambles and silvery, misty, atmospheric light. When I was shooting these, I just couldn't get over the wash of shiny, silver light. Maybe, someone will understand what I mean when I say - tunnelly. (Yes, like a "light at the end of the tunnel" type of thing.)
#5 Silvery pattern
These last 3 are meant to be more on the "impressionistic" or surreal side of things. Do they work for anyone else? (she said with eyes squinched waiting for someone to pull the trigger.)