Monthly Archives: July 2021

Ambivalent Auras (Classical Contrasts) – 35

Venus (Roman) or Aphrodite (Greek) goddess of love, sex, beauty, and fertility.  Awarded the golden apple as ‘the fairest’ of three goddesses by Paris.  Daughter of Zeus and Dione in Olympian genealogy. Figure: Venus de Medici (Aphrodite), French or Italian … Continue reading

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Analog Forever

Further to the previous post, here’s something from an interview with Bellamy Hunt, founder of Japan Camera Hunter, in which he’s asked, ‘Why do you think there’s been a resurgence on film photography?’ ‘There are a few reasons, but the … Continue reading

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Ambivalent Auras (Classical Contrasts)

I’ve been able to make progress with my Classical Contrasts project (see posts 28th &29th July and 4th June 2020, renamed Ambivalent Auras) now the Museum of Classical Archaeology has opened for booked visits.  I spent a couple of hours … Continue reading

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Fen Landscape – Cottenham

Early evening walk, Cottenham, 3rd July 2021.

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