Tag Archives: Distortion

A ghostly presence

I should start perhaps by asking you to guess what this is at first glance. And, No, it is definitely not a Selfie! It’s part of a highly reflective metal sculpture spotted in the gardens of a National Trust property … Continue reading

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Mezzanine Window – the final cut

The Mezzanine Window on the staircase of my house has already been the subject of three earlier posts, as followers and regular visitors to my Photoblog will know. When you are as familiar with a scene, as I am with … Continue reading

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Look up!

A quick post. We passed through Geneva Airport early on Saturday afternoon on the way to Zermatt. A total of 10 hours travelling of which only 100 minutes was in the air. There’s a lot of waiting around with flights. … Continue reading

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Glass Houses

There was a time, a century and more ago, when many of the buildings erected in London were of Portland Stone and the architecture was classical. Those buildings are still there and they still look great – in a way … Continue reading

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When reality is distorted

For today’s post I’m back down to sea level. The streets of East London: Spitalfields to be precise. Do you, like me, find that photography enriches your day-to-day life?  The act of carrying a camera almost everywhere, I believe, makes … Continue reading

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