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It’s the last issue of 2023, and we’re slowly getting ready for the holidays. No break for On Landscape, though, as we’re just planning a new series of podcasts for the New Year.
New Podcast for 2024 - Any Questions?
In this “Any Questions” series, Joe Cornish and I will be taking on questions that you raise for us, and we’ll also have a special guest who, for this first instalment, will be Alex Nail.
Alex has just published his second book on the mountains of Scotland and if you have any questions that you’d like to fire at any or all of us, especially around mountain photography, videos and book production, please send them to us at email@example.com. Also, let us know if you have any guests you think Joe and I should talk to.
We’ll be recording the first instalment in the first week of the New Year, so please send your questions as soon as possible!
Thanks for supporting us in 2023
2023 has been the 13th year for On Landscape, and that’s definitely worth celebrating! We have continued to publish inspiring and thought provoking articles and images from our editorial team and community. Thank you to our subscribers and supporters who make On Landscape what is. Don’t forget to comment on the articles, as it’s an engaging way of keeping the conversations around the articles flowing.
So that’s me, Charlotte, David, Michela and Joe signing off for 2023, and we look forward to joining you again in 2024!
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Titled “Quietly - Marin County Hills, CA (Infrared)”, this image is a striking example of how black and white photography is more, not less. more
Photography is a process of enquiry; he observes, listens, and tries to understand the land. Although he lives in a well-known area, his black and white images abstract place and question our connection and response to it. more
Whether I call myself a photographer or a photographic artist, it’s what my life centres around. It has given my life purpose. And yet, I ask myself, do I love photography, or instead do I love what photography offers me? more
Inspiration comes in many forms. In this case, it was reading The Ongoing Moment by Geoff Dyer that provoked an idea. Dyer, right at the beginning of the book cites the Jorge Luis Borges short story called The Analytical Language of John Wilkins. more
But where is home if not in our minds? And what is a voice, if not the loudest expression of one’s self? more
It is often said that painting is an additive art (defined by what is put in) while photography is subtractive (defined by what is left out). Yet Signs of Devotion is filled with many images that seem defined by what is left in. more