This is an impression of the glow of the clouds. It represents a combination of old and new styles. I gravitate towards pictorialism, meaning that I take liberties to convey a feeling or idea. This is an example of that. I'm more interested in an impression than the actual event.
I've taken a lot of Florida photos over the years and I have collection that I printed and framed several years back. I used to take those to art shows and sell them but then I got too busy and took a break. However I just did another show and what surprised me was that that folks still enjoy those scenes.
I suppose that shouldn't be a surprise. Since then my own preferences and style have changed and I've moved on to different themes. Yet what I came to realize is that images that are old to me are still fresh to others.
So my idea is to begin printing the newer images as well. I'd be curious to see if they have the same appeal as some of my earlier works. But in the end, I'm not sure how much that really matters. I think that as long as I continue to evolve as a photographer, what people think should not be my main concern.