Category Archives: Contemplative Photography

Place and Memory

I love the mood of the late afternoon when there’s no-one around. Everyone has gone home and the light is fading. It becomes a private space for slowing down and taking notice of the smallest detail. The pool of light in the sky and the soft shadows in the snow, the gently muted colours. There… Read More »

Removing the filters

There’s been a lot written about seeing. On the face of it the act of seeing seems quite straight forward, but the state of mind that allows us to actually notice what’s in front of us is the point of interest. The discipline of Contemplative Photography draws on the idea that we can see both conceptually… Read More »