Monthly Archives: December 2013

Here comes the sun

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
“…and I say, it’s all right!” There is a powerful feeling sensed in our bodies as the sun rises in the morning, and a quietude felt, in the evening when it sets. The ancients believed that…

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Contrasts – Velvia 50 Xpro

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
I live near the sea on a thin coastal strip behind which there is a sheer escarpment which rises over 1500ft. We have rainforests from mountains down to the sea, and thick bush on the escarpment,…

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Thoughts from under the big fig

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Clear skies After weeks of smoke-filled, hazy or cloudy skies, it was a delight to have an early morning at Mrs Macquarie’s Chair with clear air over the harbour on a brief visit to Sydney. Under…

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Into the late afternoon light

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Returning from Sydney, I asked my wife to stop the car so we could have a quiet moment of photographic contemplation in the late afternoon light by Lake Illawarra. Hide Pier Zigged Yellow flowers…really! The photographer…

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Topography in Vito

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Sometimes lately, it has been hard to know whether the boundary between the topography of my inner and outer worlds has become blurred or brought into sharp relief. Has visual imagery become an allegory of my…

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