"We’re misguided in assuming an elitist attitude to creativity. Don’t creatives work in the hope one day their image will sell on a t shirt in a department store’ my morning musing"

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‘Portrait of a chance meeting: Eric

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‘Portrait of a chance meeting: Eric

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“The obscure we see eventually. The completely obvious, it seems, takes longer.” Edward R. Murrow (American Broadcast Journalist 1908 - 1965)

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“The obscure we see eventually. The completely obvious, it seems, takes longer.” Edward R. Murrow (American Broadcast Journalist 1908 - 1965)

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My passing shadow


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My passing shadow

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Andrew from Sudan lives in Wollongong, NSW, Australia. He is a Limousine Driver in his uncles business with aspirations to be a model.

Andrew from Sudan lives in Wollongong, NSW, Australia. He is a Limousine Driver in his uncles business with aspirations to be a model.

Dancing to the music of photography

Ansel Adams in 1930 had been training to become a concert pianist while considering a career as a photographer. He decided, after seeing the photographs by Paul Strand, that “the camera, not the piano, would shape [his] destiny.”

His mother and aunt both pleaded, “Do not give up the piano! The camera cannot express the human soul!” To which Adams replied, “The camera cannot, but the photographer can.”

Ansel Adams in “Black & White Magazine for Collector of Fine Photography” October 2000


Aborigine street musician watching the passing traffic

Aborigine street musician watching the passing traffic

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Success

"Fail, Fail again. Fail Better." Samuel Beckett