Monthly Archives: February 2015

Weekly Photograph Challenge: The Rule of Thirds

The Rule of Thirds: such a powerful tool in composition and one employed often without conscious thought.  Does this mean I’m heavily drawn to the right side of composition? In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Rule of Thirds“

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry

Symmetry…symmetrees. I have always loved symmetry. I organise myself around symmetry: two wives, double helpings of desert, even learning to be  ambidextrous, hands and feet. I clean my teeth with both hands. (?) As a child I insisted on a centre … Continue reading


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100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups: #167

Visual stimulus of two men in a mall in Bristol drenched in something brown standing having a conversation… Hello Bill. Hi, sorry I’m late. They wanted to ask me about my trousers. Your trousers? Yes, these white spots. Oh by-the-way, you … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale

Weekly Photo Challenge is Scale, the juxtapose of one image to another to illustrate relative size. Here is a little story with huge implications… Polly are you scared of heights? No not really, Polly replied though as the wind gusted … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth

Depth…come on down… Scattered throughout Western India, Rajasthan and Gujarat are astonishing StepWells or Baoris. These deep wells, accessible on foot via bewildering step constructions,  reach reliable year-round water supply. They’re decorated with domes, columns, ornate entrances and galleries carved in profusely elaborate … Continue reading

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