Monthly Archives: April 2013

Assignment Submitted

Well the first assignment of this term is on its way. Exhibition, Blog and Photography Libraries. No going back now! Thank you to everyone for their contribution to the Exhibition, and thanks to everybody who has read my ‘blog’. Thanks … Continue reading

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Barley Saturday – Parade of Stallions.

What a glorious day it was for Barley Saturday! The show began back in 1871, and so called after Barley being traditionally the last crop to be sown after Wheat and Oats. The fair had a dual purpose, the first … Continue reading

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‘PONY KIDS’ Perry Ogden

Thrilled that I have been able to get hold of a copy of this book. Amazing images inside that were taken back between 1995 – 1997 in Dublin, and then went on display at Smithfield Horse Fair in Dublin 1999 … Continue reading

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Thought for the day!

“How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong. Someday in your life you will have been all of these”. … Continue reading

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Jonathan Waterer with his working Shires, Twitchen Exmoor © Chris Chapman 1991

List of Photographers: P.B. Abery, Chris Chapman, Geoff Charles, D.C. Harries, David Hurn, James Ravilious, John Thomas, Charlie Waite, Influence and Relevance: The work of these photographers has influenced my B.A.(Hons) Photography Cinematic module and also my Critical and Contextual … Continue reading

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The Farmer Remembers the ‘Evacuees’

This image is one of a set, for my cinematic module, a narrative of a farmer recalling his memories…. The image was taken late evening with a tungsten light behind the camera directed on to the children, and an off … Continue reading

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Today was the Day …..

That the B.A. Undergraduate Exhibition at Oriel Q was officially opened to the public. There had been a bit of a disaster in the lighting department, but as Lynne at the gallery quoted “Let there be light” and there was … Continue reading

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