Yellow and green triangles

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playing with how to display triangles and trying out the ‘jelly fish’ against this background

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using the sketch mode on the camera

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washing over the yellow

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playing with placement

 

Which do you like the best out of the last two – I can’t decide.

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Hengistbury Haul

Couldn’t resist joining in with TJ’s Household Haiku: prompt TIDE

tide and man

leave litter for art

No! Please don’t!

Items washed and sorted

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I like to take a photo from each Beach clean so that I can remember where each item came from

A lot of this is recent rubbish left on the beach

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I often wish I was a writer – these could build up a story about a ‘Topman’ called Tim who smokes, has a dog, needs high energy fixes and has had something to celebrate recently.

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But in the story Tim doesn’t last long as ‘smoking kills’!

The Hengistbury rainbow

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As I’m laying them out ideas start to dance around

A face – do you think it looks like a dog?

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and a Hengistbury Head – I call him Henry

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Mike Perry

April 2015

I went to this exhibition at the Oriel Parc Gallery just outside St. Davids

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I remember being fascinated but in a bit of a hurry – I wish I had taken longer there now

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but luckily my quick photos have led me to the artist and a You Tube Clip

A fascination I have always had has been given a place, a significance. I too wonder about the human story of each piece.

The conglomerates are extraordinary.

Mike Perry’s website: www.m-perry.com

Cwm Gwyllog Beach, approx 5 miles North of Fishguard, is accessed from the Coast Path.

It is possible to stay at Mike Perry’s farm nearby. Click on the link to discover more.