Cloud Allusions
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by Robin Boothby
1d ago
In this series of three articles, my intention is to examine some ideas about the practice of landscape photography in the light of the teachings of Zen Buddhism. The words ‘Zen’ and ‘photography’ used in conjunction inevitably lead to a consideration of the work of Minor White and his ideas about photographic ‘equivalence’, which originated with Alfred Stieglitz. Ansel Adams (who also embraced the concept of equivalence) and Edward Weston (who had different ideas) were also important figures in the development of Minor White’s thinking. All four photographers had met each other at some point ..read more
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Issue 298
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by Tim Parkin
4d ago
Click here to download issue 298 (high quality, 95Mb) Click here to download issue 298 (smaller download, 45Mb) The post Issue 298 appeared first on On Landscape ..read more
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End frame: The Snake River. Cauldron Linn, No. 2 Jerome County, 2003 – 2004, Thomas Joshua Cooper
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by David Magee
5d ago
My ‘End Frame’ would always have to be a picture by Thomas Joshua Cooper. The difficulty is in choosing just one ! My first meeting with Thomas was before the internet, before the digital revolution, and certainly before the arrival of social media and the Metaverse! It came after a 390 mile drive from my home in Cork, in Southern Ireland, to Culzean Castle overlooking the Firth of Clyde on the west coast of Scotland. It was late summer 1982, (over forty years ago !) my mode of transport a ‘tired’ but trusty Renault 4, and after a long drive and ferry crossing I was set to join my new classmat ..read more
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Is Intimate the new Grand?
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by Theo Bosboom
5d ago
The Scream, the Netherlands, 2006. I must confess that I only noticed the face in the water when seeing the image on my computer screen and not when taking the image. Introduction During the fall of last year, I had the privilege of being one of the judges at the Natural Landscape Photography Awards. One of the things that struck me there was, on the one hand, the large number of entries in the Intimate landscapes category and, on the other, the very high quality of many of these images. Of course, this is just a snapshot, but there are numerous other trends and figures that indicate that in ..read more
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Jaume Llorens
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by Jaume Llorens
6d ago
In our Featured Photographer interview with Jaume, we described Jaume’s images as a celebration of nature and of place, with many derived from the area around his home close to the Lake of Banyoles in northeastern Catalonia, Spain. This remains true, but you will find a rather different portfolio these days: strikingly monochromatic, employing inventive pairings of images. It builds on an early love of black and white, using darkness to simplify, and continues to exploit abstraction to give freedom of interpretation. It illustrates the case that working in one place is not a limitation but a ..read more
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Land
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by Martin Hinchcliffe
1w ago
The Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and National Parks might be our destinations, and these are managed, georgic places, where much hard work and effort maintains an ecological balance. However, true pastoral is more likely to be found in the edgelands, where our slipstream has created a zone of inattention. Here, even plants and animals meant to live oceans apart are finding their point of balance in the overlooked landscape we flash by in the blink of an eye~'Edgelands, Journeys into England's True Wilderness'. Paul Farley & Michael Symmons Roberts. Jonathan Cape, 2011 Born in Nottin ..read more
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More than Scenery: Yellowstone, an American Love Story
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by Janet L. Pritchard
1w ago
An old Haynes’ picture postcard of Golden Gate Canyon found at a paper antiques show first caught Janet's eye. It transported her back to a place from her childhood. The significant regional and socioeconomic differences in the US, compared to that experienced as a child, had a direct impact on her work as a photographer. Janet uses a methodology called "historical empathy, which relies on archival materials to guide depictions of the complex landscapes found at the intersection of nature and culture." Eager to delve deeper into her latest project, I reached out to Janet for an in-depth conver ..read more
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Topographical Chapel/Capel
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by Lewis Phillips
2w ago
With over 6000 chapel/capel sites dotted across the country, it is clear that the religious landscape of Wales was once deeply dependent on a place to worship. The early places of worship were meeting houses on farms or held in upper rooms of a public house; you would even find them being held in cow sheds. As the congregation grew, local builders were then commissioned to build a chapel, which would then be able to house the growing fellowship; at times, these would be knocked down and rebuilt again or enlarged to seat up to 1500 people as congregations grew so fast. With over 6000 chapel/ca ..read more
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Issue 297
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by Tim Parkin
2w ago
Click here to download issue 297 (high quality, 102Mb) Click here to download issue 297 (smaller download, 48Mb) The post Issue 297 appeared first on On Landscape ..read more
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End Frame: Shell Pocket Twilight by Joe Cornish
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by David Speight
2w ago
Firstly, it’s an honour to be asked to write the End frame article for On Landscape magazine, so thank you very much Tim and Charlotte for that. When I initially read the email from On Landscape, I had no hesitation whatsoever in my first choice of photograph. I was quite busy at the time with workshops, however, so I didn’t get a chance to look at the image again, with this article in mind for maybe another week or so. In that time, I began to think more about my choice. I think Some favourite photographs can be compared to favourite tracks or albums of the past. You might very well have play ..read more
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