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Kitchen Art #3 from the French Print House

An irresistible play on words that was not resisted. It would seem so, but there is some small piece of reasoning behind the word play. The etymology of the word onion reveals the Latin noun “unio, unionis” as a possible … Continue reading

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Kitchen art … a new series from The French Print House

This portrait of a frost rimed cabbage is the first in a series of prints that I will be producing and which will be available as a limited edition, signed giclée print from The French Print House. The series will … Continue reading

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The French Print House

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..things that are and things to come…

Grey skies and flat light during yesterday’s stroll, around our tiny hamlet of La Moussière, signally failed to obscure the magic that was hidden under a thin veneer of dullness. Looking for pictures is my foraging. The locations of the … Continue reading

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the good in greyness….

There’s nothing like a grey January morning for sucking the joy from the marrow whilst making one a mirror image of  it. A memory comes to mind of a curvy grey zinc bar laden with well made Martinis and a … Continue reading

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Curtain twitching……

The advent of 2019 demands greater optimism than any previous year in my lifetime yet optimistic I am. The winter sun is shining through the rideaux, those thin cotton curtains that bring a genteel privacy to each dwelling in la … Continue reading

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Glass half full……

The French Print Space has only been open 2 weeks and already my prints are hanging on walls in Australia, USA, Scotland and England which has exceeded my wildest expectations. With only 2 days left before our printers, the superb … Continue reading

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seeing the light…….

This picture is as clear an illustration of the nature of digital photography as you’re likely to see. The digital photography to which I’m referring is not the one whose algorithms quickly produce the pleasing image that you see on … Continue reading

Posted in 2018, Art photography, Digital photography, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, French countryside, Landscapes, Photography, photography course, Photography holiday, Photoshop, Still life, Uncategorized, Vendee | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 16 Comments

Photography holiday in the Vendée for food lovers …..Oct 11-14

October is a good time to be in the Sud Vendée, a comparatively little known part of France, where I have been contentedly living for the last 20 years. The weather will be warm and nature will be starting to … Continue reading

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on eating alone…

I have always enjoyed eating alone in restaurants; not because I eschew the company of others but because it means I can selfishly choose foods and wines that might have to be the subject of debate and compromise were I … Continue reading

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