A new photo in the project:
Winter sunlight in London is often filtered through thick white cloud. It gives the light a strange desaturated feel which is not great for photography, and many photographers often shoot in B&W out of necessity.
However the eye adjusts in a way that the camera doesn't and over-saturates and makes things look luminous or flourescent, like the moss on the unused courts or on the trees in my previous post. I've tried to capture that here.
20D, EF-S 17-85mm, @50mm, f16, 1/30s, ISO400