Tag Archives: Minimalism

Half buried but alive

Winter is tough when for several months you are half buried in snow, but the coniferous trees of the Alps are used to it and they do indeed survive. This image was taken within a minute or two of the … Continue reading

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Sea and Sky

One of the things I am discovering as I continue to explore the coastline of Sussex is that the sea is never the same – the light is different, the mood changes depending on the wind and tide, and the … Continue reading

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Chance Finding-2

Hot on the heels of the small clutch of reeds in my previous post – Chance Finding – I spotted this line of reed stems. Some standing proud, others bowed and bent – each one reflected – they suggested a … Continue reading

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Chance Finding

We are still finding new places to visit in Sussex and thereabouts. Each place visited yields a new collection of images.  Some of those images are illustrative of where we have been – images that are of that place. But … Continue reading

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Single Figures at the Seaside

On a late summer’s day I took the train to Margate, a town close to the south-eastern tip of the UK. I was in Margate to visit Tate Contemporary to see an exhibition of Piet Mondrian. A post about the … Continue reading

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At the Third Visit

Today’s image sees me back on top of Ivinghoe Beacon to check-out a field I have viewed and photographed twice before. The first image, click here, was taken in June of last year when the field was a wash of … Continue reading

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Green Fields

Those of you who regularly visit, read, or subscribe to this blog may recall a minimalist landscape I posted about 2-3 weeks ago. Click here to re-visit that image to compare that earlier images with those of today. We were … Continue reading

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All that remains

In the past, fields and enclosures were relatively small, but in the drive to make farming more economical, hedgerows have been uprooted to create larger fields for easier cultivation. As a result the countryside has lost some if its intimacy … Continue reading

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