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“Towering Agapantha” from the Summer Garden Series by Lyndall Gerlach

I have a delight in wandering in the environment where ever I am, looking and touching, admiring textures and patterns,

Variations on a Fluid Theme – Review of “Lake Pictures” by Lucinda Devlin

There is something wonderful about repetition and difference, the familiarity and depth of one, the freshness and serendipity of the

“Still Life in the Plague Times” by John Hoey

The story is a simple one, really. Necessity, it is said, is the mother of invention. This image was made

The Joy of Smart and Curious Time – Review of “Buddha” by Michael Kenna

One of the great joys of curiosity is the way it is so easily shared.  No, perhaps that’s wrong. Shared

FRAMES Podcast with Sherri Bunye

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Sherri Bunye – an American documentary

LOOK CLOSER: Richard I’Anson – Bringing the World a Little Closer

Rob Wilson examines the work of Richard I’Anson and how his images create connections with the world around us. The

“Mother And Child” by Ilia Mark Starkovsky

In 1970, in my early twenties I was travelling South Africa to visit this beautiful country, its animal life, and

“Morning in Bagan” by Bharat Patel

This image was taken while staying in Bagan, Myanmar for a few days of photography among the numerous temples and

“Untitled” by JiÀhn Charlotte

This image was taken in 2013, very early in my photography journey. I don’t hold the view that your early

FRAMES Podcast with Robert Schultz

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Robert Schultz – author of six

“Egret” by Pauline Fowler

Over the last few years photographing birds has become my greatest pleasure, and among all of the birds I like

Insight – review of “Magnum Artists: When Great Photographers Meet Great Artists”

How do you photograph an idea, a talent, a critique or a hope? It’s a particular problem for portraiture. We

“Lockdown Scenario” by Santanu Dey

Humans have evolved to be social creatures. They are wired to live in interactive groups. Being isolated from family, friends

FRAMES Podcast with Michael Jantzen

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Michael Jantzen. You can listen to

“Blue Surf” by Stuart Graham

I am fortunate enough to live 200 metres from the sea. Thanks to the UK’s changeable weather and a 4-5