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Weekly Photo Challenge: Zigzag


Fractured Reflections

This week, WordPress is encouraging us to ‘forego the straightforward in favour of the twisting and winding’. And so I’m offering up the ceiling of the Great Court at the British Museum.
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes


Tactile Visions

Back in 2005, I finally got to see the Sydney Opera House in person. Only to discover that it looked nothing like I’d understood it to look from photos and the TV.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways #2

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Re-viewing The Eye

This week’s photo challenge asked us to capture horizontal and vertical versions of the same scene or subject from the same place/location and taken during the same shoot.
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Notre Dame

Our deepest love: realised in our
lifetime and made beautiful by
our own hands.

SO TELL ME: What do you think of this piece?

  • Did it engage you?
  • Does the meaning come across? Are there any images or lines you don’t understand or find unclear?
  • Are there obvious errors in spelling, punctuation or grammar?
  • Do you have any suggestions for revision?

Please be brutally honest in your assessments – good, bad or indifferent.
I don’t scare easily; and I really do want to hear what YOU have to say about my work.

Many thanks in advance for your time and your criticism.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above

This Is London

This Is London


“I am enough in and of myself to be marvellous. For I have but a single purpose: to lift people above the ground and offer them a different perspective of their landscape.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details

Detail of a Wooden Door

Detail of a Wooden Door

I came across this door to a restaurant on my travels. I was drawn to the age and wear that that seemed to emanate from it and had an overwhelming urge to just touch it. I wondered about the stories that it could tell: about the people that passed by it throughout the day and the ones lucky enough to walk through its entrance to eat at the expensively-laid tables within.
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