Annie Wright
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The simmer dim is a very weird light. Affecting the Northern Isles of Scotland, it is a strange half light where evenings are endless and nights are brief or non-existent. Here, the light does not simply get darker, rather it becomes progressively less intense like a fading light bulb that needs to be changed. After nearly two weeks on Orkney, I’m getting used to it…almost!

The simmer dim is a very weird light. Affecting the Northern Isles of Scotland, it is a strange half light where evenings are endless and nights are brief or non-existent. Here, the light does not simply get darker, rather it becomes progressively less intense like a fading light bulb that needs to be changed. After nearly two weeks on Orkney, I’m getting used to it…almost!

Tilda Swinton @ airport

Tilda Swinton @ airport

Tilda Swinton .... Oh what beauty, elegance and style ....... Wow !

Tilda Swinton .... Oh what beauty, elegance and style ....... Wow !

"The other day, I was going through the airport security and I was searched by a male security guard. I`m very often referred to as "Sir" in elevators and such. I think it has to do with being this tall and not wearing much lipstick. I think people just can`t imagine I`d be a woman if I look like this."

"The other day, I was going through the airport security and I was searched by a male security guard. I`m very often referred to as "Sir" in elevators and such. I think it has to do with being this tall and not wearing much lipstick. I think people just can`t imagine I`d be a woman if I look like this."

Photo of Tilda Swinton

Photo of Tilda Swinton

Tilda Swinton on Being Photographed – Time by Peter Hapak, December 8th 2011

Tilda Swinton on Being Photographed – Time by Peter Hapak, December 8th 2011

Gentle Monster x Tilda Swinton

Gentle Monster x Tilda Swinton

I have returned to Orkney and the simmer dim, an eternal twilight where summer nights are brief or even non-existent. © www.anniewrightphotography.com

I have returned to Orkney and the simmer dim, an eternal twilight where summer nights are brief or even non-existent. © www.anniewrightphotography.com

My travelling companion Alfie getting to grips with my brand new Fujifilm X-T2. The Fuji has received plenty of gold star reviews but - although that's important - ultimately it all comes down to whether it sits comfortably in your hands and is in tune with your photographic desires. In other words: Can I make it sing for me? I think I can!

My travelling companion Alfie getting to grips with my brand new Fujifilm X-T2. The Fuji has received plenty of gold star reviews but - although that's important - ultimately it all comes down to whether it sits comfortably in your hands and is in tune with your photographic desires. In other words: Can I make it sing for me? I think I can!