I returned at sunset to see what colours might have changed on previous images. The gargoyle looked different. There were more colours on the surface of the stone, but it was the glow of the sky that changed the whole mood of the picture. I cropped the image more to the right to highlight the orange lighting shining through the shrubs. The colour looks like red rooibos tea in a crystal goblet. I tweaked the focus and blurred the background to further emphasize the feeling of a world steeping in tea. Surprisingly, very little of this colour bounced off the surface of the gargoyle, and it dragged out a blue I hadn’t noticed before.

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