Monthly Archives: June 2012

This month, country walking magazine used one of my landscape pictures under the Creative Commons license with (tiny) attribution given and permission asked for. It’s a landscape that I don’t really love, and I only included in my Flickr stream as the rainbow was captured fairly well, but the foreground is bland and uninteresting. Clearly…

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  • Katherine

    Beautiful rainbow! You’re right about the changing copyright economy and it applies to all areas of creativity. We are all culpable though aren’t we?

  • Anne

    Somewhere over the rainbow – just lovely! Nice feeling to be in print, hope you have a copy to keep! 😀

  Last night I had a very brief hurl around the Kilberry road on the Kintyre peninsula and stopped to admire the cloudy Jura view. Just as I do when cycling, I carry my little Canon S95 compact with me so I grabbed a snap. The interesting thing for me is the sheer flexibility of…

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  • Dick

    Wow, quite a dramatic difference.

This is Fraser MacIver, an Argyll artist based at Crinan. I was kindly invited to go and photograph Fraser last week, and had a great time drinking coffee and as Fraser would put it, “shooting the bull” with him. Fraser is an amazing artist with a number of styles, with both printmaking and painting as…

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  • Hi Fraser
    Re.last Monday ?My wife Anne and me had walked the Crinan Canal.We had a wee bit laugh and Craic with you on the return journey.We both just loved your set up.Your web site is total fab.Ta ta the noo.

    Regards
    John Wilson

  • Colin MacIver

    You’ve portaited him beautifully!