If you are looking for a story, be my guest. I did not put one there, but you may find one. That is what humans do, make stories. Stories bond us, entertain us. Stories take the unfamiliar and weave it in to the fabric of our understanding, so making strange things seem comfortable.
And this is where art comes in; to offend. To unbalance, to disturb, to provoke. Because another thing that humans do is invent. And they do that best when they are off balance. That is what running is; constantly putting a foot forward to stop yourself falling. And so you move in to new places and see the world from a different viewpoint.
Links to other sites:Kingsbridge and District Camera ClubSouth Hams Arts Forum
I have been involved in the arts all my life. I was born and grew up in South Devon, England, where I developed a strong interest in music, performing with poets and street theatre. As a young man I moved to London, quickly becoming involved in experimental music. After a dozen years of performing and recording I moved north, touring with theatre and dance companies, making theatre props as well as performing. I settled on the edge of the West Pennine Moors, Lancashire, teaching saxophone and arranging sea shanties, folk melodies and early music for saxophone quartet. Shortly after returning to Devon at the turn of the century, an interest in photography became an obsession. At the end of 2015 I started to learn how to use photo-editing software as a creative tool in its own right. In photography, as in music, I am always on the look out for the new, the unexpected; to set up expectations and to confound them.