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This page is about colour and pattern. You can see it wherever and whenever; often you you do not have to go very far! And when you have gone far – just look and you will see.
From the monochromatic stillness of the Eel river image to the chaotic colour of the Brighton Marina reflection, water is a sure-fire source of images to a photographer who looks for them.
Sometimes pure chance brings images right before our eyes; an obliging peacock stood patiently whilst I photographed in detail, his beautiful broad back, vandals left me a wonderful shot of the broken rear screen of an abandoned car, Gaia leaves me ice to photograph almost every year, and patterns beyond counting in leafy foliage every summer and fungus in the Autumn and Winter. The tide leaves patterns in the sand twice a day like clockwork. People hang colour co-ordinated washing against beautiful stone buildings and shopkeepers and stall holders supply pattern and colourful displays just for me!
Photography is all about loving, recognizing and capturing the myriad beauty that surrounds us.
Whatever She is doing, Gaia is beautiful – even when She is just tidying up.