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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 29 August 2021

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It is interesting when you think about ‘selfies’, the word of the year adopted by the Oxford Dictionary in 2013. From the early days of photography, photographers have taken photographs of themselves. Hippolytee Bayard, created photography’s first self portrait in 1840. He actually portrayed himself as a drowned man. It is said he created this […]

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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 22 August 2021

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Sleep, can be so elusive and yet it is so necessary. Do you fall asleep fast and then awake a few hours later, confused about whether it is actually morning or knowing it’s going to be another long night? What do you do when you awake, get up and make tea, count sheep, flit about […]

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Mobile Photography & Art Showcase – 6 June 2021

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“Mercy is radical kindness. Mercy means offering or being offered aid in desperate straits. Mercy is not deserved. It involves forgiving the debt, absolving the unabsolvable. Mercy brings us to the miracle of apology, given and accepted, to unashamed humility when we have erred or forgotten”. As said by Ann Lamott in her book, ‘Hallelujah […]

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Mobile Photography & Art Flickr and Instagram Showcase – 25 October 2020

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Memories often provide a great access point for creating a body of work artwork. I’ve been looking at a series entiteld “if you get married again, will you still love me?“. Essentially,  separated fathers were asked for memories of words spoken to them by their children. Utilising this information and based upon the spoken responses […]

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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 22 September 2019

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The three of us, our bodies sharing a common goal and process, the same level of exhaustion reached – potentially. Coming together, tearing apart. Despite the degradation of our bodies, we pushed through. Toll was the point, haggard breaths, sweating foreheads, shaking thighs, pushed to the limits, exhaustion was the symptom but not the goal. […]