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Putting the ism in minimal

Minimalism is an art form and one that when applied to photography hovers between the profound and the pointless, the emotive and the bland. It is a style I favour and although it seems simple, that sock-it-in-the-eye simplicity is hard to achieve. There are… Continue Reading “Putting the ism in minimal”

Sugar rush

I hate to see creatures raiding our bins for fast food but on a humourous note, the squirrel does seem to be in accord with the Lens Artists’ photo challenge: Delicious

The years condemn

Call it antiquated, weathered or wabi sabi, there is something so appealing about time-worn artefacts – though our own ageing is often less than picturesque or captivating. For the Lens Artist Photo Challenge: Weathered or Worn