My visit, back in February, to the Royal Gallery of Fine Art of Belgium in Brussels, taking a leaf out of W.H. Auden’s poem about the gallery, where I wander through the Old Masters gallery and look at the Bruegel exhibit.
A post following my department’s annual PhD student retreat to the Firbush outdoor centre at Loch Tay, and why it is nice for PhD students to be able to have fun every once in a while.
Photographs from my trip to the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art while I was in Copenhagen, and a reflection on the interaction between art, space, landscape and people.
A walk down to Barns Ness trying to photograph deep time. How does one picture 320 billion years of time in a single exposure of a 320th of a second? This was a vexing problem that I tried to work through while on a photography expedition out near Dunbar.