‘Many of the phenomena of winter are suggestive of an inexpressible tenderness and fragile delicacy.’ Henry David Thoreau

As winter pares views to the simplicity of vast skies and the underlying contours of the ground, so trees become the dominant protagonists in the landscape, whether in the form of individual specimens, clumps or massed ranks, saturated with colour, bleached by mist or starkly silhouetted.


John Pawson