Feb 04

#1088. Dolls Bizarre

By Zelma van Wyk | Opinion

“It is an anxious, sometimes dangerous thing to be a doll. Dolls cannot choose; they can only be chosen; they cannot do; they can only be done by.” Rumer Godde   If your first impression on viewing my images is one of discomfort or shock, even to a degree that makes your face contort as […]

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Jan 21

#1083. Lockdown ennui

By Paul Perton | Opinion , Uncategorized

Steve (and Mrs Steve) seem to have had COVID early last year. They got sick on their trip to Australia and New Zealand, struggled for a few weeks and eventually recovered. Recently, while getting his annual flu vaccination, Steve was told by one of his GP’s team that the widely held belief in the village […]

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Jan 15

#1081. Covid Photographic Ramblings #4

By Lad Sessions | Art & Creativity

As fall foliage gave way to wintry scenes, I have increasingly gravitated toward black and white imagery; in the bleak midwinter, images apparently turn monochromatic. Naturally, given my bent, this tendency prompted reflection. I enjoy making black and white images, learning as I go, though I do not feel especially competent. I offer the following […]

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