Archive for the ‘Layered landscapes’ Category

Umbrian tree sculpture

Posted by Emma on September 4, 2014 in Layered landscapes, Personal work | No Comments

I made this double exposure while on holiday in Italy last month. I like the sculptural effect of the intertwining trunks and branches, and the fact that it isn’ t¬†perfectly symmetrical.

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Barbican

Posted by Emma on August 19, 2013 in Layered landscapes, Personal work | No Comments

A new one for my layered London series.

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London Town

Posted by Emma on April 21, 2013 in Layered landscapes, Personal work | 2 Comments

The other day I discovered the monument at Monument. These were taken from the top of it.

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Nature and solitude in Norfolk

Posted by Emma on January 21, 2013 in Layered landscapes, Personal work, Travel | No Comments

I took a long meandering walk in the fields around the village of Itteringham, Norfolk, on Boxing Day. It was wonderful being out in the woods, fields, and swampy places in absolute solitude – a thing only¬†made possible by my newly-acquired iphone satnav ap: I have the world’s worst sense of direction and would never […]

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Autumn layers – Stokey Parks

Posted by Emma on November 13, 2012 in Layered landscapes, Personal work | No Comments

A couple of double exposures made with my Mamiya tlr around Stoke Newington this weekend. Abney Park Cemetery and Church Clissold House and the New River

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Desert doubles

Posted by Emma on May 18, 2012 in Layered landscapes, Personal work, Travel | 1 Comment

While down under I went out back for a few days. These double exposures are the result of my attempt to find a personal way to express the beauty and magic of the scenes around Uluru and Kata Tjuta, suprisingly lush after so much rain.

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