"Ever since my first visit to England's Norfolk Broads, I have long had a fondness for reeds. Their delicacy, height and swirling, circular motion in a prevailing wind appeals hugely. It seems all too easy just to gaze on them and drift into quiet contemplation. Every canal side is fringed with these glorious reeds and, in winter, their subdued yellow tones have a glow. I had been unsure as to this reflection making sense to me and I could not produce an interpretation that felt anything other than topsy-turvy. Then as if on cue, the smallest gesture of the bicyclist arrived and righted the photograph to make sense of it all."