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End frame: Paria Canyon, Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness area in Northern Arizona by Jack Dykinga

A mecca of sorts for landscape photographers, Paria Canyon is certainly well documented. Nevertheless, Dykinga’s image stands apart. I was struck by the juxtaposition of the ancient petrified sand dunes with the withered branch. Continue reading → more

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The Path Towards Expression – part 4

At the very root of the project “Totems” lies a critical opinion about the unsustainable relationship between human beings and their environment. Continue reading → more

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End Frame: Autumn Leaves in Wood by Glenys Garnett

Are we looking at the mist in the woodland, or do the colder tones, along with the sparse nature of the leaves, represent the last throws of autumn and the onset of winter? Continue reading → more

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End Frame: ‘Dead Camelthorn Trees, Dead Vlei, Sossusvlei, Namibia’ by Frans Lanting

To draw attention to the story he wants to tell, he has to make images which are beautiful, creative and compelling. Therefore, he is always looking for different perspectives and different ways to show us the world. Continue reading → more

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End Frame: ‘High Light’ by Colin Prior

What is striking is his capability to capture the authentic spirit of place, and by doing so, his place within that place. He offers some of the most natural interpretations of a landscape Continue reading → more

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End Frame: ‘Hrafntinnusker Fog Ice River’ by Bruce Percy

Bruce’s work also teaches us the value of building a relationship with the landscape that we photograph, of returning again and again. Continue reading → more

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End frame: ‘Salt’ by Murray Fredericks

Something that stands the test of time and continues to show nuance over a sustained period. This is what Murray Fredericks work has been to me. Continue reading → more

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End frame: At the Edges by Lee Acaster

If you haven’t been there, Shingle Street is about eight miles south-east of the Suffolk town of Woodbridge, across the marshes on the far side of the village of Hollesley Continue reading → more

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End frame: Glowing Autumn Forest, Virginia by Christopher Burkett

Amongst my more contemporary influences is the photography of Shinzo Maeda and Christopher Burkett; it is Christopher’s image titled ‘Glowing Autumn Forest, Virginia’ that is my chosen end frame. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Plate 29, Series called ‘Door suite’ by Ray K. Metzker

Metzker always titled and grouped his images based on their location or technique. He rarely gave individual images a descriptive title. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Evening Tracks, Swaledale by Garry Brannigan

There is a natural meeting point of all the lines in the middle of the picture which holds the eye in the frame; so often this is not the case and we wander off the page! The trees on each edge help to emphasis this point. Continue reading → more

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End frame: Dovercourt Lighthouse by Neil Hulme

The lighthouse is a subject that has been shot many times but I think Neil has delivered an image with an air of reflective beauty and mystery. Continue reading → more

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End frame: The Dysfunctional Family by Simon Baxter

One of the photographers I follow on YouTube, stands out for his woodland photography; Simon Baxter. Being able to watch Simon discovering, composing and making his images, provides an invaluable insight into his thinking and I hope plants creative seeds in my photographic mind. Continue reading → more

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End frame: From the Cemetery Bins – The Graveyard’s Graveyard Series by Al Brydon

Each morning during term time, the photographer Al Brydon takes his son to nursery school. At first, it is up the road, past the local Social Club, then after a while, they turn in at an opening which is the entry to the cemetery. I Continue reading → more

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End frame: Vesturhorn by Esen Tunar

It still has that uplifting vibe that I felt the first time that I saw it, and I still feel like I’m stood in the very spot that he was just taking in the wondrous view before me, probably just like he did. Continue reading → more

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