Curiouser and curiouser! 

I spotted these #SODEM guys outside the Houses of Parliament in London last Wednesday. They were objecting to #Brexit and hold a “Daily Parliament Protest” to voice their concerns. Because they were facing towards the buildings, I had to…

Meet the Artist – Sam Stapleton

This month on Art of the Blur, we talk to Sam Stapleton. Sam has been wowing us with his beautiful flowers in ice imagery and much more for the last few months. Here. he talks to us about what he sees, how he interprets what he sees and…

A Day in Connemara

I’m a member of a Facebook group called Lensbaby Blog Circle. The idea is that we all write a blog post once every month that documents a day or project shooting with a Lensbaby lens. This is my third such post. So, earlier this…

Meet the artist – David Reid

This month, we talk to David Reid. David lives in Toronto, Canada and has been a regular contributor to Art of the Blur. His style is diverse with a combination of organic and inorganic shapes, lines and colour. While the work of some…

Lensbaby Light

I’m a member of a Facebook group called Lensbaby Blog Circle. The idea is that we all write a blog post once every month that documents a day or project shooting with a Lensbaby lens. This is my second month. You can read the entry for…

One Lensbaby Day

I'm a member of a Facebook group called Lensbaby Blog Circle. The idea is that we all write a blog post once every month that documents a day or project shooting with a Lensbaby lens. So what is a Lensbaby? Well, it's a lens that allows…

Meet Charles Carpino

I run a website and Facebook group called Art of the Blur. AotB is dedicated to celebrating the unseen, the unheard, the unusual and the everyday ordinariness that we all seem to overlook as we move throughout our lives. Every so often, we…

Foggy Day at The Windy Gap

Yesterday, I had to be up at the ungodly hour of 5.30. Business was conducted and afterward, I wandered out into the foggy morn. I stopped once or twice on the way home to take a photo but nothing quite worked out. I then decided to take a…

Perfectly Imperfect Weather

Perfectly Imperfect Weather I’m sure I’ve mentioned in the past that I’m often drawn to imperfection, rusty spoons, tired looking flowers, chipped old plates, roses with damaged petals, out of date fruit. There’s a certain sort of beauty…

Meet Stephanie

I run a separate website called Art of the Blur. AotB is dedicated to celebrating the unseen, the unheard, the unusual and the everyday ordinariness that we all seem to overlook as we move throughout our lives. Every so often, we talk to a…