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Photoessay: Transient glimpses

All photography is of course transient; most of it is nothing more than a vicarious disconnected glimpse into the life of somebody else or timeline of another object’s point of view – other than self-documentary, there really isn’t such a thing as a continuous statement simply because a photograph lacks causality when viewed in isolation. 171 more words


April Showers Bring April Flowers

The adage is that April showers bring May flowers. But April is also a month of flowering tress and various other plants, including tulips. These flowers were all photographed in mid to late April.

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The best value in photography today?

Fighting words. When your three year old decides she wants to be like daddy and bugs you pretty much every day for a couple of months for a ‘real camera, not a toy one’ – what do you do? 1,009 more words


Photoessay: last of the Icelandic singles

I have a slightly embarrassing confession to make: there are images that I can’t let go of, but probably should. They are remnants from my trip to Iceland nearly a year ago, but standalones that really didn’t fit in with any of the other series. 245 more words


Apologies - Busyness - Current Reading - Women As Non Citezens

Firstly I want to apologise for not reading people’s blogs at the moment. I’m in the middle of an exceptionally busy time at the moment. Next week I’ll write a post about it because it’s also an exciting time for me and my photography. 417 more words


Stepping Back Into Memories

I grew up in Mattoon, Illinois, a town of about 18,000 in the east central part of the state.

Like so many people, I left for college not expecting to come back. 294 more words

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on what photography is

“Your photography is a record of your living, for anyone who really sees.”

Paul Strand

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