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Endframe: The magical forest by Sandra Bartocha

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I don’t remember the large landscapes when I’ve been out. In those moments of tranquillity, it’s the small elements I remember – the light dancing through the leaves on the trees or the frost glistening on the grass in the sunrise. Continue reading

Dungeness dereliction

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Over many years I have been visiting and photographing Dungeness which has captivated me. The big skies, the desolation, the unpredictability of the weather and the feeling of isolation and abandonment. Continue reading

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Frank Gohlke Interview

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Terrain magazine have an interview with author and photographer Frank Gohlke (Wikipedia). Gohlke always has something interesting to say and you can read another interview at the Smithsonian magazine and a video interview on You Tube of the accommodating nature exhibition. /via Terrain.org

Hyper Arid Landscapes

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For the past fifteen years, National Geographic photographer, George Steinmetz, has been photographing many of the world’s “hyperarid” regions as part of an upcoming book, called Desert Air. A video /via Faded and Blurred

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    What a fantastic exchange! And thank you, Joe, for the kind endorsement.Among the things often lost in such discussions is that photography still is, to many, considered a means of representing "reality," when in fact it is a means of representing (or misrepresenting) appearances. These are not the same thing. Reality [...]

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    I spent much of my childhood playing and swimming in the lido at Brockwell Park in the 50s and 60s. Looks like much has changed, as it does, but I do remember the old clock and playing in the snow there so thank you for the images and I wish I [...]

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    Wonderful images and some interesting thoughts! Thanks for sharing these with us! For me the phone is my "everyday camera" - which usually means "picking out interesting details in not so interesting places"... Wide-angle wouldn't be my preferred focal length for that, but the small sensors allow close focussing to make [...]

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Issue 131 PDF

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We’ve an interesting riposte to Mike Chisholm’s (intentionally) controversial article a couple of issues ago. Mike’s premise was that Landscape Photography is a dying husk of a genre and there is little left to be original with. Joe’s eloquent response provides the necessary counterpoint to the article Continue reading

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    on The Death of Landscape Photography is greatly exaggerated

    What a fantastic exchange! And thank you, Joe, for the kind endorsement.Among the things often lost in such discussions is that photography still is, to many, considered a means of representing "reality," when in fact it is a means of representing (or misrepresenting) appearances. These are not the same thing. Reality [...]

    - Guy Tal, 21:58 3rd Feb

    on Brockwell Park

    I spent much of my childhood playing and swimming in the lido at Brockwell Park in the 50s and 60s. Looks like much has changed, as it does, but I do remember the old clock and playing in the snow there so thank you for the images and I wish I [...]

    - Barbara Martin, 22:27 2nd Feb

    on Why I love my iPhone for landscape photography

    Wonderful images and some interesting thoughts! Thanks for sharing these with us! For me the phone is my "everyday camera" - which usually means "picking out interesting details in not so interesting places"... Wide-angle wouldn't be my preferred focal length for that, but the small sensors allow close focussing to make [...]

    - Tilman Paulin, 20:58 2nd Feb

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