Tag Archives: Sculpture

Fact and Fiction

Sometimes the search for a title defeats me, and this is one such day. I tried a title based around the word ‘Surreal’, or one that hinted at a jigsaw gone wrong but nothing sounded right. Maybe the brain is … Continue reading

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On a Swing

Today’s post might properly be subtitled: ‘On a Swing – The Bizarre and the Beautiful’. First, the Bizarre. Visiting Charlecote Park recently (a National Trust property) my wife spotted ‘something’ dangling in the air. Closer inspection revealed it was a … Continue reading

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The Kiss

Two months ago I posted ‘High Heels’ – a close up of the base of a famous Bronze by Paul Day at St Pancras International Station titled ‘Meeting Place’. Click the link above to read the post or click here … Continue reading

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‘Live’ from London

Today’s Post comes to you ‘Live’ from the Royal Society of Medicine in London where I am (or should that be ‘have been’) speaking to the Camera Club about my experiences of putting my photography on the web: On Flickr, … Continue reading

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Woburn Outdoor Sculptures

We live within a 30 minute drive of Woburn Abbey. The village of Woburn together with the Abbey hosts Woburn ARTBEAT – an annual arts project now in its third year. During April this year, the village of Woburn became … Continue reading

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High Heels

A pair of High Heels for the end of the week. Red seemed the right colour to add to the soaring background of this shot. This is taken at St Pancras International Station, London from where Eurostar train services leave … Continue reading

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I think I may have misunderstood the Dress Code

A little observational humour for a Monday morning. Today’s image is another from the V&A Museum that I paid a second visit to this past week with my wife. (click here for the previous Post about/of the main courtyard of … Continue reading

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