Category Archives: Eclectica

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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Abstract Wood

An hour later and I would have missed these images. They are sections of plywood panels around a building site that was being boarded-up. I had spotted them being erected two or three weeks earlier and made a mental note … Continue reading

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For today

Meant to post this last year, and forgot. Just remembered it, better later than never! Seen in a shop window in Dorking; the photographer appears to be trying to read his mind! Just a bit of fun

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Interrupting Flow

Our creative thinking – our creative heart –  is never static, it is continuously evolving. It works in partnership with our Eye. One of my favourite quotes is from Joseph Campbell, a US writer, author and mythologist. He wrote: ‘The … Continue reading

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Tunnel Vision

You go to the Alps for a two-week holiday, enjoy the scenery and the wide-open spaces, and come back with grabbed images of something entirely different. That’s how I see the world. My Eye is never closed to an opportunity, … Continue reading

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Goat Skin Throws

Our first morning on holiday in Saas Fee in the Swiss Alps started off with this image; shot on the terrace of our hotel immediately after breakfast. One of three seats cushioned by goat skin throws. Saas Fee is a … Continue reading

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Please Explain

It is not uncommon to find pavements in London and elsewhere ‘marked up’ to indicate where cables run underground prior to the pavement being dug up, but this set of markings – that reminded me of Morse Code – were … Continue reading

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