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Date archive: August 2016

We have all iconic, powerful images that stick in our mind. There are several that I can’t forget, and one such image is by Robert Howlett, English photographer. Many of you will have seen it, the iconic portrait of the great Victorian engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, taken in 1857, part of a commission by The Illustrated…

I’ve just posted my first video on YouTube. It’s a colourful and diverse selection of lovely images taken by participants from the Photography Workshops I ran at Dillington House, Ilminster, Somerset in July 2016. Some very imaginative and beautiful images were taken by those taking part over two days. I hope you enjoy and please forward…

I love this part of summer when the late blooms appear and especially when the rowan berries appear on the trees. The Rowan or Mountain Ash‘s myths go back to Classical times. The rowan is also prominent in Norse mythology as the tree from which the first woman was made, (the first man being made from…

Just back from my second annual visit to MCSS, and what a great week it was. I met some wonderful people over the six days, staff, fellow tutors and course attendees. My course ‘THE HEAT IS ON’, about the Anthropocene, went well with some positive feedback from a small but enthusiastic group who enjoyed discussing the…

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