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Burned Out of Me by Josephine Pugh


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Taken in an abandoned Oxfordshire manor.

Nikon D5100. Tamron 10-24mm.

‘In the vaulted way, where the passage turned
To the shadowy corner that none could see,
You paused for our parting, – plaintively:
Though overnight had come words that burned
My fond frail happiness out of me.’ Thomas Hardy.


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A photograph is a trace of its subject. The viewer and the image belong to each other. Capturing these traces is a passion, an obsession for me. I hope the thrill comes through in my images.

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  • carboneye
    carboneyeover 2 years ago

    Great word’s to go with this shot, I like the way you attach meaning to your photography.

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