Thinking about Carmen Laffon's sky paintings (previously posted) I have decided to take photos of the sky every 2 minutes with my camera aiming straight up and as zoomed in as possible, using a remote shutter as to not move the position of the camera. I planned to take 25 photos to fill a 5 x 5 grid of photos lining them up next to each other so you can see the crossover of time and wether they flow.
Although there isn't much blue sky in these images I think that is an advantage, there is a strong contrast and character that the clouds hold. You can see some similarities in the some of the photos that are next to each other but also lots of differences, changes and developments in the weather. I think this works really well and can definitely see the inspiration that has come from Carmen's paintings, although it is a lot smaller scale than wall size. the obvious next step for me is to go bigger and better, more photos!