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End frame: “The Labyrinth” by Peter Dombrovskis

Then I asked myself why I was searching for a favourite image when it has been hanging on the wall for the past 10 or 15 years — and I’m still not tired of it! It’s “The Labyrinth” by Tasmanian wilderness photographer Peter Dombrovskis. Continue reading → more

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End frame: One-way bridge at Trafalgar, by Fay Godwin

It is a beautifully balanced image. And then what makes the image for me is that the darkness under the bridge frames an image that is complete in itself—another view of the railway line overshadowed by another slender tree. Continue reading → more

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End frame: A Sudden Squall, The Stirling Falls, Milford Sound, New Zealand by Jem Southam

In the blink of an eye, the elements in this part of the world regularly shift the sublime to the extreme. The weather here, in all of its variations, is a constant revelation. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Scots pines silhouetted at sunrise, Loch Maree, Scotland by Peter Cairns

For me, this photo symbolizes the message that Peter Cairns wants to convey with his book and his lectures (more on this later): Nature in Scotland is still beautiful, but has been considerably stripped down. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Kussharo Lake Tree, Study 4, Kotan, Hokkaido by Michael Kenna

Stephen McNally chooses one of his favourite images, a classic photograph from Michael Kenna Continue reading → more

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End frame: Copper Beech, Stourhead, Wiltshire by Fay Godwin

The imperfect reflections, the asymmetry, the dark hanging branches, and the calm surface of the lake beyond combine to create a peaceful yet brooding atmosphere. Continue reading → more

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End Frame: Paved path above Lumbutts, near Todmorden, West Yorkshire by Fay Godwin

Most of the poems in Elmet were written by Hughes in collaboration with Fay Godwin, who provided the stunning black and white photographs of this part of Yorkshire where Hughes grew up. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Destruction of the Monumental Arch 2018 Sir Don MuCullin

The scene of destruction could be why Don was drawn to this area, it looks like it has just been bombed, the image documents a crushed and repressed area. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Twisted Rowan III by Colin Bell

It has inspired my own work, opened my eyes up to another landscape. I no longer seek out the grand view, though some are still hard to pass up. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Lochan Na Staigne, Clach Leathad, Meall a Bhuiridh by Joe Cornish

This is a piece of art that opens up so many emotions. it uplifts whilst creating a sense of pathos, and is restful and energising at the same time as well as being dramatic and simple. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Untitled 2008/09 by Bill Henson

The eye searching for detail wants to automatically aim straight for the lovely rich cloud on the left but as soon as it does you want to explore further. Continue reading → more

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End frame: The Isle of Rhum from the isle of Skye by Paul Wakefield

There is a sense of drama and even a touch of melancholy in the soft yet dramatic light being just sufficient directional and beautifully orchestrated in order to bring out the details in the foreground where strong lines draws the viewer into the scene. Continue reading → more

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End frame: “Trees in Gale” by Sir Wilfred Thesiger

Thesiger, a largely self-taught photographer, realised that he could bring to life the incredible scenery he witnessed and the peoples whose cultures he respected and cherished. Continue reading → more

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End frame: ‘Shadows on the wall, Firostephani’ by Clive Minnitt

The angle used perfectly displays the design of the composition – the ever important gap between the terracotta vessel and the edge of the staircase. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Tenaya Creek, Dogwoods by Ansel Adams

I’ve always been inspired by Ansel Adams’ work, not just because he was a great photographer, but also because he was a great conservationist, and that combination really resonates with me. Continue reading → more

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