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Green

Green is an odd colour. It symbolises aliens, jealousy, nature and renewable energy. Green can be fresh but also sickly. It usually is the colour of poison in movies, and yet most vegetables are green which is about as healthy … Continue reading

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Time is running out

I like taking pictures in the autumn. The colours are nice and so is the light. This year, however, all my favourite subjects seem to have left the garden. I have not found a ladybug in weeks and other insects … Continue reading

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Unexpected results

There is not as frustrating as an unexpected good result if you do something for the first time, for the simple reason you can hardly ever replicate yourself. You don’t know what you were doing so well when you were doing it, … Continue reading

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Being unoriginal

Originality is something most people in the arts are pursuing. While my personal concern is usually getting things right (composition, focus, shutter speed etc.), originality is also pretty high on the list. If only to avoid the label ‘boring’ and/or … Continue reading

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The fall

I for one am looking forward to fall (and winter). Why? Well, several reasons. First and foremost, the weather is a lot better than it is in summer most years. There is a lot of sun and it is not … Continue reading

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Yellow fever

I do not like yellow. Well, I have nothing against the colour itself. It’s sunny, cheerful and light. All good and happy. But, when it is a picture, the happy days are over. Yellow detracts the attention from your subject simply because … Continue reading

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