Daily Archives: September 18, 2010

Underwater Paint by Mark Mawson






Australian photographer Mark Mawson captures these mesmerizing images by pouring paint into water. Many more on his site (under the “series” tab).

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ARIS : Music and Film By Ciaran Roche

ARIS : Music and Film By Ciaran Roche
“I cannot promise very much.
I give you the images I know.
Lie still with me and watch.
We laugh and we touch.
I promise you love. Time will not take that away” 
— Anne Sexton —

Special thanks to the Prelinger Archives and Archive.org for the public domain images. The films at Prelinger are a treasure and real history preserved for all to see and use freely. 

I used two small slices of times past in this film. 

The dancer is Sheree North a queen of the burlesque, named “fire ball” by the red colour of her hair. For more details on Ms. North please visit  

Recorded Beech Hill Studios: August 2010.
Video Produced: September 2nd 2010. 

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Antony Gormley’s Exposure in the Netherlands


View of a huge sculpture of a crouching figure, looking out over the IJsselmeer, placed on a dam in Lelystad, The Netherlands, 17 September 2010. The artwork, entitled Exposure, by British artist Antony Gormley is about 25 metres high. EPA/KOEN VAN WEEL.

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