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Kriss Nichol

The Stripper’s Manual (all words from a B & Q leaflet on paint stripping) keep cool don’t work in hot weather as layers need to be removed it needs skill so don’t do it out of doors when windy remove … Continue reading

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Kriss Nichol

At Birdoswald There’s iron on the wind. Sunset gasps from the horizon, dusk circles like a cloak of feathers, light flees the amassing darkness and each breath hangs like a ghostly membrane promising a night of stars and stories. After … Continue reading

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Kriss Nichol

Solitary Reflections (Swan on Loch – photo by E. Nichol. Inspired by Limonia and Laburnum, longest partnership of  Bewick swans recorded at Slimbridge Wetland Centre.) A low sky melts into the scene as I capture her solitary course. Through thinning … Continue reading

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The Story of my Birthplace (inspired by The Story of my Country by Asadullah Habib) The story of my birthplace is written on its mines and shipyards – abandoned, rusting, derelict. A story of vibrancy, heroism and betrayal, played out … Continue reading

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