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The play of light in the frozen north

As the days pass here, each and every one brings a display of subtle light play, not just hour by hour but minute by minute. Just standing outside (or inside, if the weather happens to be “window weather” – great … Continue reading

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The Goose – a catch-up

Previously published on Medium on January 15, 2016 The goose seemed to be looking for something. I had seen it earlier in the day, wandering across the main road with apparent unconcern about the cars making their way from both … Continue reading

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The goose – tense news.

Although my last post about the famous goose of Olafsjordur was lighthearted, today’s news is not so great. When I went out for a walk early this afternoon, I found the goose sitting, or really flopping on the footpath next … Continue reading

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A little rave about ravens

I’ve seen ravens in other places, and we have them in Australia [where they are all but identical to the crows], but never had the chance to interact with them as I can in Olafsfjordur. They can be seen often … Continue reading

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From the past

   Nepal, 2005

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My knee – companion to my eye.

MRI image, scanned and inkjet printed, made into gel print, printed as photogram onto Ilford glossy paper. Negative image resulting.

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Cornwall and Brighton 2013

Cornwall and Brighton 2013, a photo by scott.probst on Flickr. Sword – Japanese katana – mounted in display case, St Michaels Mount castle, Marazion, Cornwall, England.

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St Michaels Mount, Cornwall, Enland 2013

St Michaels Mount, Cornwall, Enland 2013, a photo by scott.probst on Flickr. St Michae’s Mount taken across the water from Marazion, Cornwall, summer 2013.

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View of Rydall Water

A walk in the summer of 2013, int he Lake District, this time around Rydal Water, the trail taking us past Wordsworth’s house, up the hill to a cave filled with a large pond, and down again, thankfully, to a … Continue reading

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My left eye

The is a wide scan of the back of my left eye. While looking at it I was struck by the thought that landscapes are not just outside us, but inside us as well. For some reason I was reminded … Continue reading

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