Whisky still revisited

August 28, 2008

Working on the prints from my recent trip, I have become more and more fascinated by this curious, rounded copper, beautiful in shape, texture and situation. Most striking is the way that the unexpected and uncontrollable pinhole quirks – the flare and distortion – seem to have seized upon and made visible the atmosphere, at once wonderful and strange, which one feels being there but could never put into words.

Copper whisky still at Dyffryn Fernant garden

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