Category Archives: Eclectica

Pausing

Our lives seem to be governed by our iPhones or equivalents. They cause us to grind to a halt anywhere and everywhere. Even on a staircase – plenty long enough for me to take this and a number of other … Continue reading

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Reduced to Abstract

When you get up close to some ‘objects’ you start to lose all sense of scale and, in addition, the concepts of perspective and depth are diminished. What is this? Three clues – It’s on the south coast. It’s a … Continue reading

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Window Grain

Something rather mundane today.  An old building in Kennington, South London, awaiting renovation (with no evidence of progress on that front in several years). It’s a building that I pass on a regular basis. Not far from the Oval cricket … Continue reading

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Footprints

The snow of last February is almost forgotten although for me down here in West Sussex there was never much of it – barely an inch at a time. I would have liked a little more. It melted rapidly, all … Continue reading

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Greetings

The Christmas holiday is almost upon us and whatever your faith or belief it is a welcome break from the daily grind of life. A time to relax and get together with friends and families. Right now, we seem to … Continue reading

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One four two

I guess some of you are thinking, the numbering system surely should be 1,2,3, etc; so what’s 1,4,2 mean? The answer is – I don’t know. Haven’t a clue. This was on the exterior of a building in central London … Continue reading

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Is it Photography? Is it Art?

This is a postscript to my Leaf project that’s been ongoing for several weeks and will be familiar to regular readers.  I’ve been painting with mud. Really. I’m not joking! My Leaf project led me to experiment with a number … Continue reading

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