The East Anglia Fens divide into two main areas separated by the River Cam and the Great Ouse, which run from South-west to North-east and join south of Ely.

I have lived much of my life in this man-made working landscape, segmented by raised banks and dykes, tamed rivers and roads, sliced with geometric precision through what were once wild marshes and desolate shallow meres.

A very special combination of wide, open skies and straight lines receding in an infinite perspective. yet constantly changing with the weather, seasons, crops and methods of cultivation.