I read this morning that here in Britain we aren’t very good at creating technology, but we are good at using it. There is no British version of Microsoft, but we have lots of creative people using computers to create art, photographers using digital cameras and of course trendy writers. (more…)
8, March 2015 | Categories: Art, Blogging, local, photography | Tags: art, avante garde, Black Country, bohemian, Brick Lane, creative, creativity, Shoreditch, Walsall Arts | 1 Comment
My photo today is a good one of flying geese. I like the background colours too. The sun came out a little and although it was a cloudy sky, it gave quite good light. I like the Spring colours. Many photographers would wait for hours for a shot like this. I just pointed my camera and got lucky. There might have been a little skill… (more…)
13, April 2014 | Categories: Art, Humour, philosophy, photography, Ramblings, writing | Tags: allegory, BBC crap, calculated risks, creativity, literary devices, metaphor, The Guess List | 1 Comment
I went to Bilston Craft Gallery on Thursday and it was much better than I thought it would be. My photographs didn’t turn out as well as I hoped, but I did get some decent ones. It’s a nice Victorian building with interesting gardens. Some of the exhibits are crafts, but most I would describe as works of art.
5, October 2013 | Categories: Blogging, Finance, Investments, Money, photography, politics, Reviews | Tags: Bilston Craft Gallery, Black Country, creativity, photography | Leave a comment
I took this photograph on Sunday of the Ridgacre canal. Not very pretty is it? But look again and use your imagination. What would it look like in summer? If the canal was cleaned out and fish added and then a waterfront cafe built and some other features, would you visit? How about apartments overlooking the waterfront?
30, January 2013 | Categories: philosophy, writing | Tags: creating something new, creative thinking, creativity, experimentation, Ridgacre canal, smart phone, steam engine | 3 Comments