Category Archives: Imaginings

Winter through the kitchen window (2)

Within the wider winter scenes presented in the previous post, there are vignettes of interest that encourage closer attention, further experimentation and alternative interpretation.














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Perhaps an appropriate image on the eve of Guy Fawkes Night!


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‘Something wicked this way comes!’

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October 31, 2017 · 8:00 am

For meditation

Stay with this image for a while.  Hear the gentle lapping of the water at the sea’s edge.  Feel it  playing around your toes.  Notice the glow of the late afternoon sun on the groynes  –  feel its warmth.  Taste the salt on your lips.  Sense the soothing rhythm of the calm, blue sea.  Relax.

That was my holiday!




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‘Upon this blasted heath ….’

Whilst processing this stark, contrasty image my mind leapt back to my schooldays and I recalled Macbeth’s encounter with the witches on the’blasted heath’ (Act I Sc 3) .  Hence the title of this post!

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Abstract 303 ‘Addressing the gathering’

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September 7, 2017 · 8:00 am

School yard at playtime


July 12, 2017 · 8:00 am