Tag Archives: shape

Square and triangle

I think I must be in an abstract mood at the moment, judging from the last couple of pictures I’ve chosen.  Apologies – we’ll go back to landscapes soon, I promise… Today I’ve chosen a sight which has since disappeared … Continue reading

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Just noticing

As you will no doubt have spotted, things catching my eye are a regular feature of these posts.  For me, a key part of photography is “just noticing” what is around you.  That’s not to say it’s artless, as there’s … Continue reading

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Garden walk

In the course of my work on the First World War, I am starting to learn a fair amount about Rudyard Kipling who not only lost his son in the conflict, but also helped the Imperial War Graves Commission (as … Continue reading

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A place for colour

I write a lot on this blog about texture, pattern, and shape in photographs – I guess because these are elements which I enjoy both in my own and in other’s photography.  And when I teach, I am asked frequently … Continue reading

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Under construction

Building sites fascinate me.  I guess it’s partly the shapes and textures: the honeycomb lattice of the cranes, the sinister gleaming of the steel girders, and the intricate entanglement of the framework into which the concrete will be poured.  For … Continue reading

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