The juxtaposition of modern art against industrial buildings This is the factory HQ of Clarks the shoemakers, a hodge-podge of 19th century factories and later offices which has a wonderful collection of modern art from around the world on display.
Cobweb in the sunlight, Putney Vale Cemetery
If you travel another 2,300 miles into that horizon you'll reach Newfoundland. The water breaking onto the pebble beach of Porlock Weir in Somerset has travelled pretty much that distance since it last saw land.
Rush Hour in the Countryside
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 … Continue reading Sculpture by Anna Gillespie
Dandelion When I found out the Weekly Photo Challenge was an unusual point of view, I knew just the photo to choose. This was taken in my local park and shows a humble dandelion as a towering mega-structure.
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 … Continue reading Reflections