Flower Power

Now then. Most people of a certain age would think I am about to start writing about the 60s with a title like this. Yes, I am in my 60s and trying to cram as much into the daylight hours as possible, and yes I think the Lib Dems suggestion of legalising cannabis is a […]

The sands of time. 21st Century meets Pliocene

A few months back Mrs O and I trundled up to our local beach resort of choice – Southwold. Now, apart from knitting and stuff Mrs O likes nothing better than books so she looks forward to ‘Ways with Words’. It usually coincides with Remembrance Sunday and weather permitting (it did not in 2015) I […]

Place and Placement

Well now, I was recharging spiritual batteries in Southwold yesterday as at least they are batteries that I can recharge unlike the replacements for my recently stolen ones that are proving difficult to obtain. Enough of that. I took a leisurely stroll along the promenade towards the pier whilst Mrs O was learning all about […]

Learning and the passage of time

Felixstowe docks at dawn

Just about 5 years ago next week I walked, if not bounced, through the doors of University Campus Suffolk to start the degree course I ought to have started in 1973. I have spoken about this before and the fact that I could not have produced the degree project I made in 2014 in 1976 […]

That was a week that was

I don’t know if it is me getting older or the sands of time have speeded up but I just don’t know where the time goes these days. This time last week Mrs O and I were in Leeds, a wetter than wet Leeds even though in the past I have seen the Aire so […]

Foggy and Clegg take lunch somewhere in Suffolk

It was a long day yesterday. I’m taking part in a longish project documenting the docklands of the Orwell with a number of of other photographers, commercial, professional and amateur. Ipswich wet dock has been recorded since the dawn of photography and this weekend saw the increasingly popular Ipswich Maritime Festival take place with thousands […]

Quiet of late but things are stirring

Since my last post, I have been all over the place, working away, getting prints to the framers, producing marketing material, visiting exhibitions of other artists’ works …. I am gearing up for my first solo exhibition and most of the tasks are done or on schedule, the latest of which was getting artwork approved […]

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