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Posts from the category: Colour
  • Oct 28th, 2011

Threads Of Life

Jalan Kajeng Ubud Whilst in Bali in the Summer we were intrigued by a sign at the end of one of the streets, which promised the most beautiful rice field walk in Ubud. Hoping to photograph some dramatic terraced paddy fields we followed the sign and found ourselves in a charming little side street called […]

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  • May 23rd, 2011

Bluebell Woods

After an exceptionally cold December we had the mildest February for decades and a very dry, sunny March. As a result the bluebells have flowered a couple of weeks early this year. Sheltered beneath the newly forming canopy in the dappled shade these delicate little bell shaped flowers create a sea of shimmering blue. I […]

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  • May 9th, 2011

Tribal Belly Dance

It was the Holmfirth Folk Festival over the weekend. An annual event which celebrates Britains rich folk heritage. There was a wonderfully diverse programme of dance. Many of the different styles of Morris dancing were represented from Molly to North West, Yorkshire Longsword, Rapper and Border. But the dancers that really captured my attention were […]

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  • May 4th, 2011

Deira Fish Market

As soon as you arrive at the fish market in Deira the “fishy” smell hits you. Its early morning and the market is in full swing. A hive of activity, the day’s catch is being sold in a huge covered hall which houses stall upon stall of fish. The mainly immigrant workers are from India, […]

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  • Mar 22nd, 2011

Currently Reading: Colour travels through the paintbox by Victoria Finlay

I am actually reading Victoria Finlays book for the second time as it is so informative. Broken down into colour chapters ochre, black and brown, white, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. Each chapter explores the source of pigments and dyestuffs.Why they became so valuable and the reasons they fell out of favour. […]

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