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by Walter Glover
16 Jul 2019, 05:00
Forum: Places
Topic: My Mother's Parlor
Replies: 2
Views: 251

Re: My Mother's Parlor

Strange that youmake mention of the still and quiet of the clock, Maris, because this a fine example of what I like to HEAR in a photograph. The TV is present as an appliance to be engaged with when and as needed. Stuck in the corner on a shelf it is incidental to life. The lounges, on the other han...
by Walter Glover
08 Jul 2019, 05:49
Forum: People
Topic: Afternoon Beach, Nude
Replies: 3
Views: 396

Re: Afternoon Beach, Nude

'Pensive' is a delight to depict here Maris. Relaxed and relaxing.
by Walter Glover
08 Jul 2019, 05:47
Forum: Places
Topic: Sunshine Beach, Evening.
Replies: 3
Views: 276

Re: Sunshine Beach, Evening.

I fully concur with the visual semantics of the stages of breaking water. As in most things, there is always a sweet-spot to be had somewhere. A strong appealfor me here is the dominant cohesive form of the foreground motif surrounded by the chaos of smaller stones behind, sort of re-telling the Gre...
by Walter Glover
08 Jul 2019, 05:42
Forum: Things
Topic: Old Weybe Bridge
Replies: 1
Views: 264

Re: Old Weybe Bridge

Adaptive re-use is always a way around obsolescence — but adaptive re-use as a photo motif adds another dimension completely. Look at this I can hear that distinctive rattle, clank and thud of rubber pneumatics on a loose wooden bridge.
by Walter Glover
06 Jun 2019, 18:40
Forum: People
Topic: Nude with Sand
Replies: 2
Views: 256

Re: Nude with Sand

Too much youth to consider this a cutlet — more likely tender young veal. Now, where's that Russian salad to accompany this fine schnitzel?
by Walter Glover
06 Jun 2019, 18:36
Forum: Things
Topic: Rock Pool, Gara gorge.
Replies: 3
Views: 311

Re: Rock Pool, Gara gorge.

I am concerned that if I contemplate this charming salute to tranquility for too long there is every chance that the wicked fertility of my imagination might find expressions in the calligraphy that would make a maiden blush.

Very lovely sense of still.
by Walter Glover
03 May 2019, 05:42
Forum: Places
Topic: Shoreline, Lake Weyba.
Replies: 3
Views: 315

Re: Shoreline, Lake Weyba.

"Nothing is perfect. Nothing is finished. Nothing lasts forever."

What fun would it be if that were not the case? Stagnation is not a very desirable attribute in my book.
by Walter Glover
01 May 2019, 06:53
Forum: Places
Topic: Shoreline, Lake Weyba.
Replies: 3
Views: 315

Re: Shoreline, Lake Weyba.

NOTHING that is an evolving, living organism (including the planet) can be totally controlled by human intervention. Not even our own brief lives. Once upon a time this tree was admired as a sapling. Now its appeal and aesthetic to something totally different. What right do the people of the present...
by Walter Glover
25 Apr 2019, 11:22
Forum: Community Chat
Topic: Friends of Photography Group
Replies: 1
Views: 374

Re: Friends of Photography Group

Thanks for the heads up Shane.

All a bit distant for a boy in the city by the harbour but great to see some impetus in so many ways down in Melbourne.
by Walter Glover
05 Apr 2019, 06:46
Forum: Places
Topic: .
Replies: 3
Views: 329

Re: 45 pinhole

Delicious!

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