As promised, I have just posted the 'Sconset series on the site. It might be helpful if I point out that the link from the black and white photographs in the series to the color images starts with number 9:
If you look at the background you can see a lattice fence. This is the same fence in number 10, the first color image in the group:
I have also linked the starting image to the last one. Here is the first:
and the last:
For those of you that have questions about how this series was made, I used a 24 mm PC (Perspective Control) lens mounted on a tripod. This lens allows tilts and shifts. My early black and white series works were always made with a Hasselblad SWC, a 120mm camera that has a fixed 38 mm Biogon lens. 38 mm in 120mm format is roughly equivalent to 24 mm for a large chip DSLR like the Nikon I use.
As always I welcome your comments at: firstname.lastname@example.org.