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I pedalled out of the village on my bicycle again today, this time heading towards Ugley. I decided to explore a narrow lane that was new to me - a dead end I’d…

Torn and twisted pieces of re-bar were salvaged from the Sichauan earthquake in 2008 and straightened by hand to become part of this installation.

So mostly, while everyone is looking out at the view, I'll be the person focusing the camera at the floor. Which is exactly what I did here. Pegwell and it's…

I always wonder how old the Lychen is on the backs of these gravestones. They create such wonderful colours and textures for photographs. I might use some of…

A lot of what inspires me are the close up details, the textures and patterns we often miss in life. I'll be focused on the bark whilst everyone else is looking…

As the day progresses, the various colours and tones of light inside change as tropical sunlight streams through stained glass window, creating an ever-changing…

For my morning walk today I crossed the railway line and walked a mile or so down the road. Not the most exciting route, but it was interesting to have time to…

Essaouira is an old city on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. It's known for the medina, old port, labyrinthine passageways, and endless combinations of colours,…

large canvas - about 5 feet by 3.5 feet acrylic, oil pastels and airbrush heavily textured. Took a while to get it where I wanted it - reminds me of the metal…

Which brown tone do you like? I captured using various filter settings on my iphone. I'm impressed with the degree of detail possible with a smartphone. Photo …

I have been trying to understand better, the affects of light in a photo and how it can be used to enhance whatever mood or atmosphere one is trying to portray…

During a short stroll along the seafront at Lyme Regis today I spent some time just watching the waves breaking on the rocks. I was fascinated by the patterns…
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