Saltmarsh here in North Norfolk. Here it is at high tide and at sunset of course… which is always a fine combination. Inky blue springs to mind.
Place in Mind as a concept of photographic approach originally started with the sense of excitement generated by the process of imagining a place to photograph; a place to have to get to with the big camera. The thrill of the imagined response to somewhere that I may have been to and to which I about…
The waking to a familiar place newly transformed by a touch of snow is a beautiful thing indeed.
Maybe its just the photographic process but sometimes what is not really a place, becomes a place as you take the picture. Here we are after all… amongst it all.
Always interested in how you give a place a sense of something future; a notion of what might happen rather than what HAS happened. Or what is hidden perhaps. Can’t seem to get WordPress to get these thumbnails in the right order … but you get the idea; a stake in the ground, hidden. Its…
I’ve got a picture of this place….on a cloudier day… this looks definitely summer. When I was there, up above where this picture was taken, I spotted someone walking up the hill and slipping a small metal tin from beneath this large rock….scrrrrrape…. metal on granite. He was geocaching… a phenomenon not around early 60’s(?)…
.. from the May edition of Bazaar. There are others in this section of the website
These guys were great. It was part of a series of 3 new pictures for new June issue Bazaar. Alice Temperley and her gang, Michael and Emily Eavis and Charles Hazelwood at Glastonbury Abbey. What’s interesting is that I covered each shoot on digital and 10 x8 inch negative… 3 sheets of film on each….
In the Big Hole museum in Kimberley South Africa. This is at the height off the diamond rush… all those pulleys! Now its just a… big hole.
South Ronaldsay. Orkney… in July