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It rains in Italy, too. This was a hotel terrace after a
downpour, and funnily enough, nobody seemed keen to
be in the swimming pool. I liked the recurring patterns
of this shot, just random enough to make it interesting
but not too repetitive. As you may have noticed from
other photographs on this site, I tend to favour
patterns or collections of objects within the picture (eg.
punts on the river at Cambridge, or the kettle shots),
quirky abstract images like the collections of boats at
Felixstowe Ferry or found textures, such as the doors
next to crumbling walls in Kerala. The downside to this
is that my pictures tend to have no distinctive style,
nothing of the sort of coherent 'look' that would be
evident in many other photographers' exhibitions. I live
in hope that one day I will develop a 'look' that
attracts a gallery owner.
It rains in Italy, too. This was a hotel terrace after a downpour, and funnily enough,
nobody seemed keen to be in the swimming pool. I liked the recurring patterns of this
shot, just random enough to make it interesting but not too repetitive. As you may have
noticed from other photographs on this site, I tend to favour patterns or collections of
objects within the picture (eg. punts on the river at Cambridge, or the kettle shots),
quirky abstract images like the collections of boats at Felixstowe Ferry or found textures,
such as the doors next to crumbling walls in Kerala. The downside to this is that my
pictures tend to have no distinctive style, nothing of the sort of coherent 'look' that
would be evident in many other photographers' exhibitions. I live in hope that one day I
will develop a 'look' that attracts a gallery owner.
It rains in Italy, too. This was a hotel terrace after a
downpour, and funnily enough, nobody seemed keen to
be in the swimming pool. I liked the recurring patterns
of this shot, just random enough to make it interesting
but not too repetitive. As you may have noticed from
other photographs on this site, I tend to favour
patterns or collections of objects within the picture (eg.
punts on the river at Cambridge, or the kettle shots),
quirky abstract images like the collections of boats at
Felixstowe Ferry or found textures, such as the doors
next to crumbling walls in Kerala. The downside to this
is that my pictures tend to have no distinctive style,
nothing of the sort of coherent 'look' that would be
evident in many other photographers' exhibitions. I live
in hope that one day I will develop a 'look' that
attracts a gallery owner.

Wet terrace

It rains in Italy, too.  This was a hotel terrace after a downpour, and funnily enough, nobody seemed keen to be in the swimming pool.  I liked the recurring patterns of this shot, just random enough to make it interesting but not too repetitive. As you may have noticed from other photographs on this site, I tend to favour patterns or collections of objects within the picture (eg. punts on the river at Cambridge, or the kettle shots), quirky  abstract images like the collections of boats at Felixstowe Ferry or found textures, such as the doors next to crumbling walls in Kerala. The downside to this is that my pictures tend to have no distinctive style, nothing of the sort of coherent 'look' that would be evident in many other photographers' exhibitions. I live in hope that one day I will develop a 'look' that attracts a gallery owner.
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