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moonwave

Moonwave

Going beyond initial images, producing mosaic-tiled effects of repetitive pattern and creating patterns exploring constraint and scale. Moonwave – Blending two of my passions, the moon and shadow-play.
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red chilli peppers

Red Chilli Peppers

Intense red and a mild heat chilli that is fun to grow, eat or decorate with.  A few seeds on a sunny windowsill from February onwards will sprout in 2-3 weeks
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AUB Print-making studio 2017

Print-making inspiration at AUB

When I decided to explore the art of printing I was lucky to have AUB (Arts University Bournemouth) on my doorstep.  The luck didn’t stop there as I realised I would
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peas in a bowl

Growing stronger everyday.

Colours growing stronger every day. As mid-summer approaches plants are beginning to throb with energy as they fill out and up.  Pumpkins heading off on their path towards Halloween’s ghosts
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moon through clouds

Moon Bats Birds Bugs

Seeing is Believing? Moon Bats, Birds and Bugs can easily be mistaken for UFOs. Once you give something an identity is it no longer unidentified. Reviewing footage from the past
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photographs on iphone grid

Star? Meteor? UFO?

I caught a strange object moving towards the Moon. Could it be a star, a meteor or UFO? (see 00:29 onwards). Reviewing footage I noticed an object, first in a
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rooftops

Seeing is believing.

If seeing is believing then light gives shape and meaning to much of what we believe about our reality. Whether visible light or light beyond our spectrum it is a
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pumpkins

Season cycles continue.

Wet grey days are perfect for tidying seed packets and making plans for 2020.  Alliums are sprouting despite the shorter days promising sweet smelling garlic to fill the kitchen next
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Arcturus

Arcturus

Massive red giant star with high proper motion. 36 light years from Earth. Mythology – in the past was called Bear Guard as it was closer to Ursa Major &
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Angel lantern sculpture

Angel Lantern

Lantern making is a fun way to explore sculptural ideas without expensive materials or tools.  Watch as your ideas take shape, then change character as darkness falls.  I found this
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Pink Ponies

Pink ponies standing in a line It’s raining but they’re feeling fine
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Angel Orbs

Angel Orbs

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stag beetle

Stag Beetle

Stag Beetle in my garden trying to get some height for take off.
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slow worm moving through grass

The Slippery Slow Worm

Listen to the sound of the Slippery Slow Worm sliding through the leaves and grass. There’s more to life than meets the eye.
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rooftops tile

Electric Rooftop

Here I celebrate my old friends, roof and chimney. A series of images showing my low-tech way of producing quirky photos of the world around me. I revisit the same
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Moon

Exploring the lunar landscape from more than 300,000km away can play tricks on the eye.  Lush vegetation, buildings and roads criss crossing the surface make for some fantastical stories.  Many
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Froggy Friends

My little froggy friend enjoying a cool damp break from the summer sun.  I use trimmings to mulch and leave rotting stump piles around for everyone to enjoy.  Passing the
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light

Shine Out!

Capturing the light at the moment of my listening, responding to part of an interview about stifled creativity. Tip of the hat to: Rex Bear – Leak Project clif high
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