This is in Paris, but it could be anywhere in the world. With a suggestive title it could transport us anywhere. Robert Adams says good landscape photography should contain geography, autobiography, and metaphor. I’m not suggesting this photograph lives up to Robert Adams’ notion of being ‘good’, though for me the metaphor is autobiographical –
Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people, no explanation. Challenge someone new each day. Day One – 4 Sept Day Two – 5 Sept Day Three – 6 Sept Day Four – 7 Sept Day Five – 8 Sept Day Six – 9 Sept Day Seven – 10 Sept
Choose to see the lesson and beauty of the micro miracles that are present in mere coincidences.
In 1993 when I started my degree in Newport, I visited the university library to find some interesting books. This one caught my eye straight away. Seeing the title, I couldn’t believe it even existed, let alone be in my university library. Shock and awe is an understatement. I took out the book and must
Robert Pirsig wrote Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, one of my favourite fiction books. I read it when I was a teenager and it exercised my mind and the way I saw things, and inspired me in more ways than I can articulate. It was the book that made me want to be
My memories of Shaun from Culverhay school are all about Physics. Me, Sean Morrison, Shaun Collins and Alex Escott sat on the back row, admittedly messing about and having a good laugh, Physics was my favourite class, after Art. Shaun was an incredibly funny person, the four of us would often be in tears of laughter at the back,
Today is Christmas… Ethiopia, the only country in Africa never to be colonised by a European country, still follows the ancient Julian calendar. The country is known to have the oldest established Christian church on earth, established in Biblical times, (not through slavery or colonisation), and still celebrates Christmas on the original date that it