Several years ago there was an exhibition of these creations outside our local shopping mall. I went along during the day, when it was bitterly cold and snowing, to get some pictures. Everything looked grey, even the snow, and the resulting shots weren’t all that I had hoped for, so I went back later that evening. It was still extremely cold and snowing but the floodlit sculptures appeared more defined against the dark sky.
This really was a challenge! I don’t usually take pictures into the sun. The results are never very satisfactory and normally get consigned to the reject file. There is the odd occasion, however, when the ‘sun effect’ can be quite pleasing. This photo was taken at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois.