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Our fields are full of these at the moment. I shot this in the late afternoon light. As I’ve said before the golden light of Winter is something I so enjoy.
A Still Life, no matter how good the artist may be in setting it up, will always have something artificial about it, and I don’t mean that in a derogatory way. It’s just a given. I suspect it has something … Continue reading
Had a wonderful time with my Camera.
This time of the year I begin to scan the skies for the arrival of the Yellow- Billed Kites, my favourite bird. I always have the feeling that something precious has returned with my first sighting. It’s a beautiful bird … Continue reading
On Election day, yesterday, I took these two photographs of its dawning and its closure, with my phone. It was a good day. Both opening and closure was magnificent and fitting for this special day in our nation’s life.
I wonder to what degree nature, apart from its human dimension, has a conscience, or is it all only instinctual? It’s a question that often plagues me.