Category Archives: Imaginings

Abstract ‘The fall of Icarus;

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January 11, 2020 · 8:00 am

The Passing of Time

It is the season of the year when ‘time’, in one form or another, often impinges on our consciousness  –  reflections on past  occasions and happenings, Christmas festivities, the New Year, plans and wishes for the future  etc.   The image below seeks to express the passing of time.  The material is derived from a newspaper advertisement for Time magazine.

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Meditation

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December 3, 2019 · 8:00 am

What happened next?

For each of the scenarios below, imagine you are standing, barefooted, at the water’s edge.  See the wave breaking, hear the sound. feel the movement of the water against your feet.  Relax!

 

 

 

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Past times?

 

Tine seems to have passed slowly in Blakeney.  The scene pictured in the previous post must have looked much the same a century ago.  To the left of the harbour photo two ‘crabbers’ are enjoying dangling their lines.  At the opposite end of the quay there is a stall selling cockles, mussels, crab and similar delicacies fresh from the sea.

But my attention was drawn particularly to the bicycle pictured above, resting against the railings skirting the quay.  Within living memory only the currency has changed!

 

 

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Abstract ‘Fly me to the moon …’

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September 22, 2019 · 5:00 pm

Water deities?

 

While I was processing this picuture a face seemed to appear  …  and then, a second!

 

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