Monthly Archives: July 2014

Beautiful: Diagonal Rail

You wouldn’t know it to watch me cook, or to look at my stacks of books, piles of papers, or by the clothes I wear, but I love minimalistic photos. I like having a single important element, and making my … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Moonrise over Port Ellen

You cannot, as a landscape photographer, ever title a piece “Moonrise …” without wondering if it lives up to Ansel Adams’ snapshot entitled “Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico.” Adams? A snapshot?! That’s right. He’s blasting down the highway, sees the scene, … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Sunrise, Bali

Two! new things in one post! You’re thrilled right out of your seat now, aren’t you? Sweet! (I spent this past weekend at both British Summer Time in Hyde Park, and at Sonisphere in Knebworth, UK – a heavy metal fan’s dream … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Bird of Prey

This is completely not going to be what you’re expecting, unless you love a nice plate of gagh every so often. A few years ago, staying in the village of Paje on Zanzibar’s east coast, I went for a morning walk … Continue reading

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