Tag Archives: Windows

Window Light

Windows are canvases on which light paints an interpretation of the surroundings. Sometimes the interpretation is accurate, sometimes it is closer to Cubism than reality. Advertisements

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Odd One Out_2

The Façade of Fitzroy Place – a huge development on the site of the old Middlesex Hospital just north of Oxford Street, London is nearing completion. For a lover of clean lines and geometry it is a joy to the … Continue reading

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A Day at the Exhibition

Earlier this week I made my annual pilgrimage to the Focus on Imaging Exhibition at the NEC Birmingham. This is the biggest Trade Fair for everything remotely photographic. Time for a picture or two. And a purchase. This year I … Continue reading

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Odd One Out

Elliott Erwitt described Photography as ‘an art of observation’. Thankfully we don’t all see the world quite the same way: it would be very boring if we did. By observing the world around us we all distil from it images … Continue reading

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Incidental Findings

How many of you find images accidentally or unexpectedly: images that one might call ‘Incidental Findings’? All of us I expect. They are the natural consequence of cultivating a Seeing Eye. In my experience they arise from a variety of … Continue reading

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