For a few weeks Pulp & Pith changed its familiar London scenario for our own homelands. Jo has been in Greece, and has beautifully shared a few of her ventures. For my part, I have been in Colombia and the journey has been particularly tremendous for my mind and my creativity.

I have found myself staring at objects, attitudes and taking photos of textures, juices, working ants and much more with a great sense of inspiration for the work to come. It has been as if I had seen all these details for the first time in my life and yet they are compellingly familiar. The images I am sharing here today are like looking at ghostly-like memories of my childhood and teenage trips. They have triggered a sense of remembrance.

Today, I would like to share the imagery recollected to discuss through the edition the uses of textures, composition and the minuscule detail and pressure of making decisions before clicking the shutter of the camera - whatever it is.

 National Park Tayrona - Magdalena, Colombia

National Park Tayrona - Magdalena, Colombia

 National Park Tayrona - Magdalena, Colombia

National Park Tayrona - Magdalena, Colombia

 National Park Tayrona - Magdalena

National Park Tayrona - Magdalena

 Manzanillo del Mar - Bolivar, Colombia

Manzanillo del Mar - Bolivar, Colombia

 Manzanillo de Mar - Bolivar, Colombia

Manzanillo de Mar - Bolivar, Colombia

 Cartagena de Indias - Bolivar, Colombia

Cartagena de Indias - Bolivar, Colombia

 Galerazamba - Bolivar, Colombia

Galerazamba - Bolivar, Colombia

 Galerazamba - Bolivar, Colombia

Galerazamba - Bolivar, Colombia

 Cartagena - Bolivar, Colombia

Cartagena - Bolivar, Colombia

 Cartagena de Indias - Bolivar, Colombia

Cartagena de Indias - Bolivar, Colombia

 Cartagena de Indias - Bolivar, Colombia

Cartagena de Indias - Bolivar, Colombia

 Natural Mint Lemonade - Bogota D.C, Colombia

Natural Mint Lemonade - Bogota D.C, Colombia

and it is not over yet.

All photographs captured through the lens of the first camera I could get hold of; my Nikon, iPhone, dad’s phone, sister’s camera. I even took a couple with a stranger’s phone!

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