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The title is an appalling pun, I know, but I wanted to draw some obvious parallels between what you see in museums and in daily life. You see, I believe museums…

Architecture is all about exits and entrances, when you think about it. Never mind the soaring planes, the subtle interplay of volume and materials… getting in…

Sorry if you have only just come back from the hospital after viewing yesterday's panorama. Here's another one: a night shot of southern Athens with the…

I know, I'm going over the same picture again and again, but Lookagain mentioned learning and being lazy about post-processing (which her work shows she isn't).…

(I deleted my previous post . Apologies to Ryana [photoblog.com] for wiping out her kind comment.) This is what opposable thumbs is all about. My…

I decided to conduct a two-fold test tonight on: 1. The resolving power of my favourite lens 2. My resolve in not drinking the subject The only optical illusion…

Härad centum cent hundred εκατὀ I’m stupefied. There are a hundred people in my Friends’ list. I don’t think I know a hundred people in my day-to-day life. It’s…

Straight lines are a human construct. I have never liked them. They reassure and offer some comfort in this confusing, swirling world. I'm stuck working 20…

My brain seized up last night, so I decided to go off to my local boozer and oil it. I took along the fish-eye lens used in the previous post. It's a fun toy,…

I’m slightly miffed that by far the most popular post I’ve submitted here has been a long, blank vertical image (“Eskimo sex and other titles”). I’m not sure…

Those of you who have read this post [photoblog.com] know that I like the Raymond Chandler / Ellroy James world view; that cynical, terse yet lyrical,…

I am always struck by the solidarity of people posting here considering how disparate and diverse we all are. But there is one thing which remains constant:…
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