Stefan Fletcher's Study Posts

I could live with the bland new layout that looks just like all the other photo sites I know. I could live with the bugs and glitche s , inconsistencies and…

I have been lucky enough to live in several cities and towns in various parts of the world. Sometimes, places acquire a colour memory. London is brown; Geneva…

What do you do on a beautiful autumn evening? Check out the cemetery… Thought I'd go and see what my future neighbours are up to. The final resting place for…

There's a very tasteless and very funny French joke which I'll spare you, but the punchline goes: “Right! No arms? No chocolate”. Seemed appropriate given the…

There is something physical in women that never fails to fascinate, excite and enthrall me: their skin. Never mind eagles, penguins or the human eye, use a…

I rarely post images of my friends and never of my family. I can't reconcile myself to the complete lack of privacy in blog. Anyway, I'm leaving soon. My house…

Stuck in the office on Sunday doing something very boring for the most boring reason possible: money. Of course, it's a glorious day; warm, sunny, light winds…

If you’ve got nothing better to do, click here [photoblog.com] to read about the New Acropolis Museum and look at the engineering feat and architectural…

Those of you NOT aliens masquerading in human form will be horrified to learn of a massive conspiracy which has been mulling our species into stupor for…

Date we met : 22 June 1995 Date I asked her to marry me : 24 June 1995 Date she agreed : 25 June 1995 Date we married : 29 August 1996 (I wanted to marry her on…

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…

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…

It’s been one of those days. One of those years, actually. I take chilled comfort in the fact that I’m not alone here: some of you organise piss-ups in India…

(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 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).…

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…

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…
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