Category : Photography

Feeling Shortsighted?


We Live in Hope

  Aspirationally named streets in the suburbs. Cynical ploy or optomistic attitude?

3×3 Cass Sculpture Park

Time is short so I’m reducing everything down to a 9×9 grid.

Mortimer to Aldermaston

Despite numerous issues with gravity the famous four still managed to have an enjoyable day out. A Country Walk with some lovely friends. The rest of the photos are available here.    

Christmas Decorations

Winter Reflections

Totteridge Circular – A Saturday Walk

More photos here.

I am not really confident…

Microsoft are developing an AI to identify and caption photographs. You can feed it abstract images and see what it thinks they are. I am not really confident, but I think it’s a train that is on a bridge. I am not really confident, but I think it’s a horse that is walking on the edge of a mountain. I think it’s a man standing on a beach near the ocean. I am not really confident, but I think it’s a […]

Turning Tides

A new year and a new book. Turning Tides by Rick Halsall Here’s the track:

Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2015

My money – for what it’s worth – is on Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse for their fantastic work around ‘Ponte City’ a high rise block in Johannesburg designed at the height of apartheid as an opulent living space for the rich that then fell into decay and became to represent everything that was wrong with the city.   

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