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And it's a wrap for 2022... The streets of London

Dog days... on failure, the (huge) effort behind apparent success and just a break int he cloud!

The visual narrative

Waiting for the bus... whilst sketching at Trafalgar Square and Surrounds.

A road trip requires a lot of preparation, including logistics, drafting a shot-list and an itinerary. You read that right. Nothing is final as there are too many variables on any given day. My experience has been that the more I prepare, the more I welcome chance.

After filling my cup…

We swam all morning at Playa Cala Clara, a little cove adjacent to a rocky beach. Here I discovered a less inhibited way of being. Mallorca.

I came back from my summer break enthused with ideas for developing my practice. What does one do on hot summer days with nothing but…

July ’22… Experimenting with B&W

This series is an experiment in shooting local B&W landscapes with a 6x7. While I love the tonality and texture of this abstract image that draws you from shadow details to light.

“The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct.” Carl Jung

June ’22… Streets of London

Vibing that look... Trafalgar square

It’s about reacting to what you see. Hopefully without preconception. You can find pictures anywhere. It’s simply a matter of noticing things and organizing them.…

Roaming in Spring

Evening mass… Araceli Staircase, Rome. This man walked with the purpose of one who knows where he belongs. His black clothes suggest a priest on his way to evening mass. We each have our own purpose, story and history that grounds us. What version will you tell the world today?

A week in Rome during early spring has much to recommend itself: I managed to escape both the poor weather at home and the tourist hordes that descend during the summer months. And, walking Rome’s seven hills whilst savouring the food & architecture left many great memories worth sharing.

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