‘Photography is not what’s important. It’s seeing. The camera, film, even pictures, are not important.’
‘The world is so full of beauty and meaning that there is enough of it for everybody to explore, to relish and to transform, each in his own way.’
Both quotations are from Algimantas Kezys
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This abstract is derived from a clump of red seaweed. The shape of the clump has not been changed in any way but a fewpatches of colour have been added to suggest the riders.
The first picture is a (colour exaggerated) photograph of light reflecting from the ripples produced by the wake of a swimmer in a swimming pool.
The second picture is the same image rotated ninety degrees anticlockwise – but,interestingly, it seems to take on the appearance of a grazing animal! There is a moral here – something about appreciating that on many occasions there is more than one point of view!