Monthly Archives: July 2013

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Thursday’s Child

Thursday’s Child   How far is far? When you are a baby The flowerbed is an unexplored kingdom. When you grow up The world is a chasm of expectation.     What are these prospects, which are Fated in me? … Continue reading

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Breath across a low tide

Bent low, I try to capture the small waves, wishing I could flatten myself like a skimming stone and disappear in the dancing light.

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Identity

“We are such stuff as dreams are made on” – Caliban. A visual piece I did as a project investigating identity: what it means to be me. I decided that I saw identity as something that you don’t actively go … Continue reading

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Forgive me, Rochester.

When I first thought of picking up my dusty copy of Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, I felt I was somehow betraying my beloved Rochester, as if he was calling my name across the wild moors of my … Continue reading

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Sand patterns

Amazing patterns in the sand at Porthtowan today 🙂  

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The Stillness of Venice

Its easy to get lost amidst the meandering bends and corners of Venice. The waterways that run in, along, underneath the streets pulsing through the rustic city. You can go from the heaving nature of St Mark’s Square, teeming with … Continue reading

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