Author Archives: Wilson Tichelaar

About Wilson Tichelaar

relentless hunter gatherer of soothing beauty, great and small

Good Work

The last message I sent to our designer yesterday, just now. We’re working on a magazine. Deadline met at midnight. Good work 🙂

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Furry Senses

Tonight when the thunderstorm broke, for the first time since the heatwave, Bonnie decided to sit on my lap. You can tell why.

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Poetry In Daily Life | Fence & Clouds

 

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Greyout

Greyout is a word I read today and I didn’t know it. I looked it up. I followed the recipe – the dimming of light and color – on the image of the dahlias above. ! Turning it into an … Continue reading

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Dahlia Time

It’s Dahlia Time again, making my day 🙂 Dahlia flower opening over a period of four days Filmed by Neil Bromhall for http://www.rightplants4me.co.uk

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It Wasn’t Always Like This

Looking at my latest post – the view across the canal from my room on the top floor – I wondered about the barracks that once stood there when it was home to a cavalerie division. I went to The … Continue reading

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One Night In A

     

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Brilliant Hair

There’s no black excuse, I would just like to see more of this. It’s here, on Collosal today.     It reminded me of the girl I photographed earlier, when I was training to be become an art teacher in … Continue reading

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Intuitive Design

I love the work of Marie Waallicht, the randomness in linking images, it makes me think.

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Bobby Pin

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