Tag Archives: decay

spring brings flowers

There’s a certain discipline, I find, in working with still objects. Light and shape become the narrative. The quietness is where the image lives and breathes. Continue reading

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decay

Autumn comes every year. Changing, bringing things to a pause. Taking time to assess my practice of late. It’s time for some working on developing my thoughts into what can sustain. I have been reading a lot of Jean-Luc Nancy … Continue reading

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recovery

Things are a little slow now. I’m home for a few days while my wife recovers from surgery and between the slight anxiety it causes, helping her do things, and just the general disruption of habits, it’s been tough to … Continue reading

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what it is

Is this photo confusing? Certainly, it doesn’t seem that way to me. It’s a moody still life — a moldering apple, a little sprig of raspberries, a green leaf, and a dried up reddish flower. They’re seen from a low … Continue reading

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