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Jul 24

#881. Content is king

By Paul Perton | Opinion

I’m staring at an empty document. About to write a piece for DS (DearSusan), which is suddenly derailed. I’ve allowed myself to become distracted midway through the opening sentence and now find it necessary to veer off to the Interwebs for a shot of inspiration. And failed – as more distractions came along. We don’t […]

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Jul 17

#878. Summer in Scotland

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

Early July signals our departure for the north of Scotland, to join friends for what has become an annual week of salmon fishing on the Spey. This is (I think) our sixth visit and the fishing remains difficult and for reasons unknown, not very productive. No matter. I have a camera(s) with me and can […]

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Jan 03

#805. What’s in my bag? Part 2

By Paul Perton | Review

So. I’m going out to wander the streets. I want to disappear, so as to be able to get the shots I want. Unlike many street photographers, I don’t want my subject(s) to see me. I think capturing a posed image is (in the main) not really the essence of the photography I want to […]

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Class 19B no. 1412 en route to Worcester, August 2018
Nov 10

#784. Old habits…

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

Imagine having two passions that deliver entirely different types of satisfaction, both equally satisfying; one is tangible, requires most of the senses, including smell. The other is the ability to revel in memories – a pastime increasingly difficult as one ages, without repeated diagnoses of dementia and worse.     Sod it. Too many words, […]

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