Click to preview Desolate Symmetry photo book

A collection of images depicting the bleak, the dark and the strange. Described by some as "calming" and by others as "disturbing".

The images contained within this volume were taken using various cameras - mostly camera phones. Every image has been digitally altered prior to its inclusion in this book. Many fell by the wayside but hopefully, those that remain highlight the worthiness of the camera phone for the photographer on the move. Most of the images here have been taken on bike rides where a larger digital camera, SLR or otherwise, would have been a cumbersome - possibly expensive - liability.

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About the Author

James Hill
toreSupra Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
James Hill constantly fails to divide his time between being a father and a husband, developing apps, paying bills, mountain biking without the mountains, computer gaming, eclectic music, trying to sleep, online ranting and thinking about looking through a telescope. He never quite manages all of those things but tries desperately to pack them into his one life. Although he does not know when he will die he is apparently middle-aged. He finds writing in third person odd.

Publish Date  February 05, 2010

Dimensions  Small Square  80 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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