Monthly Archives: October 2013

More candles.

There were more candles!

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Candle light.

I purchased a bag of candles one night, one hundred in total. I began to light them, one by one, frantically arranging them atop an ageing monitor. It grew darker, moments blurred becoming indistinct flickering and bleeding through the black. … Continue reading

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Merry Go Round.

“It wasn’t the ride, chained seats spun above our heads, coming to rest, empty.”

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Amber stars.

“Amber stars flush past, fading beneath a shallow fa├žade.” I first used this particular composition in 2008. Taken at Brookwood train station one evening, I was attempting to convey movement, the passage of trains in the night. Whatever thoughts I … Continue reading

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