Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Sculpture by Anna Gillespie
Sculpture by Anna Gillespie

The Weekly Photo Challenge this week is Inside, and I’ve chosen this enigmatic sculpture made of masking tape from the museum stores of the Somerset Heritage Service. It was created by Anna Gillespie, a contemporary British figurative sculptor based in Bath.

When I look at it, it makes me wondering whether they’re hiding or trapped inside the box.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

I thought I’d have a go at The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge, which from 29 November – 6 December has the theme of reflections.

Tree reflected in the still waters of the Grand Western Canal
Tree reflected in the still waters of the Grand Western Canal

Reflections are one of my favourite styles of photography; I love the way you can create a mirror-world to the one you are looking at. I think it’s particularly effective if you take a reflection shot, then flip it 180 degrees so that the reflection becomes the focus of the image and the true shot becomes the distortion of it.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry

Geometry
Geometry

I thought I’d have a go at The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge, which from 2-8 November has the topic of geometry. For me geometry is best demonstrated through recurring patterns, so the photos I have chosen all feature interesting patterns I’ve seen.

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The Sculpture of El Anatsui

Sculpture at the Eden Project, CornwallI took this photo last weekend during my inspiring trip to the Eden Project in Cornwall. Located on the site of an old China Clay Quarry, the Eden Project looks a little like it’s the set of a 1960s sci-fi movie with great biomes full of plants from around the world.

The Eden Project, located in a disused China Clay Quarry
The Eden Project, located in a disused China Clay Quarry

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