Tag Archives: Photography

Collages

My Leaf Project continues to morph as new ideas occur to me, and today it is about collages. the two previous posts have featured image that are the result of combining several images together to create a ‘panel’ Image. Click … Continue reading

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Clematis Panel

This is a first stab at a different type of panel of autumn leaves. Rather than using a textured background – the kitchen floor or a paving slab in the garden I’ve recently shot a series of images of leaves … Continue reading

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Oak Leaves

The idea of taking a set of pictures of Autumnal leaves, arranging them in a matrix to form a panel image, sized to fit a single sheet of A3 paper sounds easy – but it isn’t. It’s harder than you … 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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The Forms of Ice

Three images today that were taken within a span of ten minutes on a high altitude walk that I have walked many times – and no two occasions have been the same. The first shows one of the remarkable sights … Continue reading

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A shallow pool

As summer progresses and the snow melts, up high in the Alps, most melt water runs off down to the valley floors, but some remains trapped in shallow pools. This past summer, on days when there was no busting hurry, … Continue reading

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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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