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Dazzle ships

The contribution made by the Cubo-Futurist art movement to Britain's First World War effort does not always receive due acknowledgement, IMHO. Read more →

Memory, old and new

Over the past few days I've been working on a little book of memories to mark a 70th birthday. It's involved gathering photos from eight decades, from the sepia of the 1940s and early 50s, through the black and white of the 60s, the polaroids of the 70s and 80s, and finally of course the hi-res digital images of today. Read more →

Modernism(s) by the sea

I was fortunate to catch some extraordinary weather during a few days in Brighton last week. I was there for a conference but like many of the delegates and other attendees spent as much time as possible near the pier, on the beach. Read more →

Sea tones

I have escaped for a few days to a house beside the sea, on the East Anglian coast. After a rather exhausting few months I'm content to spend most of the time just looking out to the horizon. Read more →

Neon city

Night, fog, rainwater and bright lights suit Edinburgh. I had a mobile camera handy during a walk earlier this evening. Here are a few (slightly doctored) shots. Read more →

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