“In Flow” – thanks Otto!

I "borrowed" (stole?) today's title from a photo blog that continues to have an important influence on me, and has raised some great questions and topics which have impacted the way I am learning to visually think about photography. The blog is called In Flow  by the talented Norwegian photographer Otto von Munchow. Highly reccommended for anyone [...]

Benches along the Thames

I always love walking along London's Embankment, across the Golden Jubilee Bridge and then down around the Southbank Centre (southbankcentre.co.uk). The Royal Festival Hall, National Theatre, National Film Theatre, impromptu music, skaters and street music - it is all there in full colour...except when it suddenly turns grey and drizzly. Then a monchrome mist descends and [...]

Thamsing…..

I don't think it is a real word, "Thamsing" so I will define my own invention (verb: going along, across or by the Thames River). The Thames runs through the heart of my favorite city, it delineates its history, its shape and its form. It defines the city's residents; those living north or south of [...]