“Phantasma” – close up of an old, rusty metal doorframe on a derelict factory (since demolished), inverted (negative image) to bring out the ghostly electric blue effect but otherwise unedited – has been awarded an Honorable Mention in the Chromatic Awards 2018 Abstract (Amateur) category.
“Coogee Beach” (Sydney, Australia) and “Vegas Baby” (Las Vegas) were selected from entries in the “At Night” competition for inclusion in issue #92 December 2018-January 2019 of F-Stop Magazine (“an online photography magazine featuring contemporary photography from established and emerging photographers from around the world”)
“Together” – minimalist photo of pampas grass in our back garden on a day with glorious blue skies – was a finalist in the Fusion.Art international juried art competition “Leaves and Petals” December 2018.
“Crimble Mill” – a typical derelict cotton mill at Heywood, Lancashire, built in 1829 and empty since 2005 – one of the winners of the 2019 The Heritage Trust calendar competition, with the theme “Lost” (buildings or skills/crafts that are on the verge of disappearing), this image features on the month of July
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“Rings” – view of a dartboard – was shortlisted in The Motif Collective international juried art competition “Colors” September 2018.
Available as prints via my website, and also in my Redbubble and Society6 shops, where it can be applied to various print-on-demand products including prints, posters, T-shirts, clocks, mugs, phone cases etc.
“Red White Blue” – abstract photo of light shining across a louvre door, inverted (negative) and colour filled to produce a bold and unusual image – was a finalist in the Fusion.Art international juried art competition “Colorful Abstractions” October 2018.
Available as prints via my website, and also in my Redbubble and Society6 shops, where it can be applied to the various print-on-demand products they offer including prints, posters, T-shirts, clocks, mugs, phone cases etc.
I’m regularly uploading more images to these and my bravoalpha Redbubble shop which features slogan products using my images.
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“Metropolis” – pavement tiles at the edge of a Pelican crossing (pedestrian crossing controlled by traffic lights) – was awarded Special Merit in the Light Space & Time international juried art competition “Patterns” October 2018. The low sun casting shadows from the raised bumps in the tile first caught my eye, but I also enjoy the combination of lines and regular pattern of circles, with the grit and sealant adding an element of chaos.