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End Frame – Dancing Horses by Chris Tancock

Doug Chinnery takes the strain in choosing a favourite photograph

Doug Chinnery

I am an artist working with images full of colour and movement in an attempt to express what I see around me. Inspired by artists, in particular the impressionists and abstract impressionists as well as Chris Friel and Valda Bailey, I work in abstraction trying to capture mood and emotion. I live in obscurity with my wife, Beth, and my buddy, Eddie.


Our illustrious editor, Mr. Parkin, has a way of dropping bombshells. A quiet weekend of pottering about was soon transformed into an anguish filled couple of days as he asked if I minded writing an ‘End Frame’ article… with a three day deadline. The reason for the anguish, is the subject of these ‘End Frame’ articles, to discuss our favourite landscape image made by another photographer.

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